Angela Rippon takes a look at the different ways people can retire in Britain today.
Documentary following Rio Ferdinand a year after the loss of his wife to cancer.
Maureen Lipman discovers how people can avoid loneliness as they grow older.
Jo Scott enters the world of competitive ploughing.
The stories of a man with very strong bones and a girl whose arm won't stop growing.
Sian Lloyd uncovers a recruitment crisis in the care industry.
An investigation which reveals the nationwide shortage of home-care workers.
Magazine series celebrating the richness of rural life in Northern Ireland.
Should drug users be dealt with mainly by the NHS instead of the police?
Gabriel meets a girl with two hearts and a man who can sing two notes at once.
Sophie Hutchinson investigates the troubled state of NHS mental health services.
What is life like for families living on Wales's most polluted streets?
Jenny Kleeman investigates the problems caused by sleep deprivation in children.
The story of six healthy men who took part in a drug trial that went terribly wrong.
Kirsty Wark sets out to find out the truth about the menopause.
The surgeons must use unconventional methods to get their operations completed.
Michael Mosley and Dr Chris van Tulleken investigate omega-3 supplements.
After suffering a stroke, Andrew Marr is on a mission to better understand the human brain
A touching documentary in which 12-year-old Rory explores his Tourette's.
With a look at boosting metabolism, the effects of air pollution, and eating disorders.
This episode looks at pioneering treatments for some of the oldest and youngest patients.
Michael Mosley investigates the best way to keep calories in check.
The hospital's overseas officer tries to recoup money from non-UK residents on the ward.
Dr Enda Kerr treats a 67-year-old man who has had a suspected stroke.
After collapsing at work, crane driver Phil is becoming increasingly paralysed each day.
Seven-year-old Tyler is admitted to A&E in the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children.
A lifesaving chest operation planned for two months is threatened by a lack of beds.
Dr Xand van Tulleken takes a satirical look back on 2016 in health news.
A look at how ABA (applied behaviour analysis) is used to treat autism.
A consultant performs innovative, life-saving surgery on a man to remove a brain tumour.
What is the best approach for parents to take when their child is facing gender dysphoria?
Two patients await life-saving surgery at St Mary's in Paddington.
Jonathan Spiers donates his kidney to save the life of his brother William.
The hospital horror stories and surgery successes of those having cosmetic procedures.
A look at why the nation's sporting success has not translated into a healthier population
Anna-Louise comes to terms with having donated her son's organs.