Is the way we treat boys and girls the reason we haven't achieved gender equality?
Anita and her mother return to what is now Pakistan to learn more about the partition.
Filmmaker Richard Macer goes home to Milton Keynes as both are about to turn 50.
Documentary celebrating Carl Andre's artwork that became a cause celebre in 1976.
Nine months on and Charlie Hamilton James's grand scheme has hit rock bottom.
Seven extraordinary days that see the birth of India and Pakistan and the end of the Raj.
Richard Clay asks why utopian visions for living so often fail.
Four months on, Charlie Hamilton James's grand scheme has hit the buffers.
From city to desert, lives along the India-Pakistan southern border are uncovered.
Desmond launches his holiday cottages on Airbnb.
Documentary in which Anne Robinson asks what the secret is to a happy relationship.
Documentary following the life and career of 18-year-old Scottish model Connor Newall.
Documentary about the biggest-ever criminal investigation in Iceland's history.
Charlie establishes camp and makes some unpleasant discoveries.
How Silicon Valley's mission to connect the world is disrupting democracy.
This World lifts the lid on the assassination of Kim Jong-nam.
Will President Trump's border wall stop people smuggling and drug trafficking?
The team investigate a portrait which may have been one of Lucian Freud's first creations.
Poems tell the story of Sophie Lancaster, who was killed because of her appearance.
Carrie Gracie travels from the east of China to the west of Europe.
Wiveton Hall cafe is beginning to thrive, but profits are devoured by maintenance costs.
Stacey Dooley goes undercover to delve into the world of Britain's digital drug dealers.
Riyadh Khalaf explores casual racism in the LGBTQ+ community.
Riyadh Khalef explores homelessness among young LGBTQ+ people.
Nick Crane explores the wealth of wildlife attracted to the Firth of Forth.
Emma looks for a very particular puppy for her son, who has Down's syndrome and autism.
Dr Sam Willis discovers how medieval weapons shaped Britain.
Documentary in which 19-year-old Owen films himself coming out as bisexual to his parents.
Following Simon Atkins, a gay Catholic man, as he considers converting to Judaism.
Biologist Patrick Aryee explores the secrets behind what makes small animals successful.
Journalist and activist Jane Jacobs's fight to save historic New York architecture.
Janina Ramirez and John Bailey explore the origins of the English landscape movement.
Jane Austen superfans reveal what a vicar's daughter from Hampshire means to them.
Three girls retrace their families' experiences of Indian Partition 70 years ago.
Richard Clay asks if utopian blueprints for fairer worlds can inspire real change.
Jimmy Carr looks at what laughter is, why we enjoy it and what it has to do with comedy.