Ellie Harrison is in Pembrokeshire looking at the effect of recent storms on the coast.
In part one of Future of Work, Click asks if artificial intelligence can save the NHS.
The remarkable story of 43-year-old Sudan, the last male northern white rhino in the world
Neil Oliver explores the conspiracy theories surrounding the death of Lord Kitchener.
A look at how experiments on abnormal brains can reveal the workings of the normal brain.
How Professor Stephen Hawking copes with severe disability, his work and his ambitions.
Catherine Tate investigates the serious health problems affecting the British bulldog.
Matt Baker visits St Abbs - a community who refused to let their lifeboat service go under
Click heads to the USA to meet survivors of sexual abuse.
Helen Skelton explores the ways in which water shapes our lives.
Documentary revealing the social, intelligent side of the killer whale.
Chris Packham examines some of the world's weirdest natural events.
Click heads to the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to explore the world of smartphones.
Michael Mosley traces the sinister ways science has been used to try to control our minds.
Helen tries her hand at 'weaselling', the latest craze to sweep the Peaks.
Click investigates deep fakes, software used to swap faces in video.
Adam finds out how the latest facial recognition technology is helping farmers.
A remote village in the corner of the Himalayas receives electricity for the first time.
A look at the unsung heroes who allowed us to transport our voices over long distances.
Tom Heap interviews Bill Gates about British agricultural expertise.
The team investigates the first ever object to visit our solar system from outer space.
Leading experts on Mars discuss where they would go and what they would need to survive.
Click takes to the skies to report on flying cabs and smarter airports.
A look at the unsung heroes of invention in the surprising journey from candle to laser.
The story of Richard Gray and his remarkable recovery from a catastrophic stroke.
Steve Brown mushes with a pack of huskies in the Highlands.
Click is in Dubai meeting the newest members of the police force, police bots.
Steven Johnson traces the unsung heroes behind the modern skill of making cold.
Nick Crane tells the astonishing tale of the Great Storm of 1703.
Documentary exploring how the monthly cycle of the moon shapes life on Earth.
Michael Mosley examines the latest research on fitness to separate fact from fiction.
Dick Strawbridge explores a forgotten project involving building airships.
Neil Oliver visits the hidden remains of a fortress built by Henry VIII on Cap Gris-Nez.
Monty and his dog Reuben move into a run-down cattle shed overlooking an isolated beach.
Matt Baker discovers how curling training fits around farming at a sheep a farm in Crieff.
Click investigates technologies promising to help you live longer.