Fiona Phillips meets the silver splitters - people who have divorced later in life.
Documentary going behind the doors of a residential rehabilitation centre in Somerset.
Mindfulness and relaxation therapy is the latest way the NHS is combatting stress.
Dr Rangan Chatterjee looks at what happens when we lose our hearing.
Four out-of-shape celebrities embark on a muscle-grinding mission to regain their fitness.
Fiona Phillips investigates the 'good, bad and ugly' sides of the social care system.
Dr Rangan Chatterjee looks into why sleep could help people live longer and healthier.
Dr Rangan Chatterjee asks if we are a nation addicted to painkillers.
The seriously ill people who believe cannabis is helping them.
Fiona Phillips investigates how to survive a house fire.
Dr Rangan Chatterjee meets the man who survived his heart stopping for over an hour.
Following three families whose daughters have been sectioned under the Mental Health Act.
Tom invites his dieters on a river cruise to congratulate them on their weight loss.
Michael Mosley and Olympians test which types of exercise give you the strongest bones.
Annie Price travels to South Korea to explore a culture where plastic surgery is common.
Can beetroot and leafy greens give your body and brain a boost?
Tom makes delicious packed lunches and snacks to help his dieters through the working day.
A look at the recent increase in injecting-related injuries.
Michael Mosley examines the latest research on fitness to separate fact from fiction.
Rhod Gilbert confronts his painful shyness, looking at what can be done about it.
Tom sets about inventing lower calorie alternatives to takeaways and ready meals.
Michael looks at how to get iodine in your diet. Plus why stress can make you fat.
Following surgeons and patients in three clinical trials at the vanguard of medicine.
Tom provides treat recipes targeted at foodies who love good food and want to lose weight.
Michael Mosley finds out if eating carbs in the evening is bad for you.
Surgeons stop a patient's heart, chill his body and drain his blood in order to operate.
Elizabeth Quigley talks to Joy Milne, who discovered she can smell Parkinson's disease.
Can coconut oil cut cholesterol, and how much fruit is too much?
Tom helps dieters who say they're too busy or inexperienced to cook healthy meals at home.
Cherry Healey investigates the claims made by the cosmetics industry about their products.
Xand van Tulleken tries to bring about an improvement in air quality for a single day.
Investigating concerns raised behind the counter of the UK's biggest pharmacy chain.
Maxillofacial surgeons Tim and Sat prepare for a marathon operation on 53-year-old Teresa.
Tom meets his diet gang for the first time and helps the big comfort eaters among them.
Why fizzy drinks make you eat more, and does caffeine boost your physical performance?
Schoolboy Bruce runs too many miles and injures his leg.