Documentary about Jules Peters's fight against breast cancer.
Dr Chris van Tulleken explores the latest science around HIV.
Dr Rangan tries to help a mother with severe anxiety and a father battling exhaustion.
Dr Rangan is called to help a mum battling cluster headaches.
Michael Mosley explores what happens if we don't get enough sleep and how to get more.
Panorama examines documents about a treatment disaster causing the deaths of 2,000 people.
This coming-of-age film follows a Welsh transgender teenager, Llyr Jones, as she turns 16.
Staff are excited to be part of a clinical trial which could revolutionise kidney dialysis
Rose is rushed to the hospital and waits to find out if a kidney is a match for her.
Fiona Phillips explores the perception, experience and management of stress.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry join the runners at a training day.
Angela asks whether there is any truth in the claims that stress can be good for us.
Angela Rippon looks at how to safely achieve necessary levels of vitamin D.
Documentary in which Keith Dube explores mental health among black people in the UK.
Kevin Duala asks whether aloe vera can really live up to the hype.
Angela investigates whether the technology used every day is damaging our eyes and ears.
A 12-strong trauma team assemble as a patient is helicoptered to the rooftop helipad.
Kevin Duala explores two very vocal sides of the argument over the safety of statins.
Alice has Asperger syndrome and gets easily distracted while driving.
The group come from all over the country to meet for the first time at a training camp.
Kirsty Wark sets out to find out the truth about the menopause.
Rannoch, who has autism, takes a Pass Plus course to perfect his driving skills.
Jo Scott meets an ethical taxidermist who uses her work to educate the public about nature
Exploring whether there is 'fat prejudice' against obese patients in parts of the NHS.
Chris, who has Asperger's, tries to get over his cautiousness behind the wheel.
Gavin Andrews finds out more about the seal population in Strangford Lough.
Richard Mylan reflects on raising his son, who is on the autistic spectrum.
Actor Ian Puleston-Davies speaks about his OCD and talks to fellow sufferers.
Can Natasha learn to tell left from right and control her temper behind the wheel?
Bill Turnbull exposes some of the fake news around health in old age.
Arlene Phillips meets those who are determined to live life to the full whatever their age
Ainsley Harriott looks at different ways to stay happy as you get older.
Featuring an engineer who fixed his own heart.
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.