In part one of Future of Work, Click asks if artificial intelligence can save the NHS.
A look at how experiments on abnormal brains can reveal the workings of the normal brain.
Documentary film about professor Stephen Hawking, the world's most celebrated scientist.
Click heads to the USA to meet survivors of sexual abuse.
Click heads to the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to explore the world of smartphones.
Dr Helen Czerski explores the science of heat and how it has shaped the modern world.
Michael Mosley traces the sinister ways science has been used to try to control our minds.
Click investigates deep fakes, software used to swap faces in video.
Dr Helen Czerski explores the narrow band of temperature that has led to life on Earth.
A remote village in the corner of the Himalayas receives electricity for the first time.
Dr Helen Czerski explores the incredible science of cold and how it has shaped our planet.
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.
The story of Richard Gray and his remarkable recovery from a catastrophic stroke.
Click is in Dubai meeting the newest members of the police force, police bots.
A look behind the doors of a textile factory in India, observing the life of the workers.
Click investigates technologies promising to help you live longer.
Click visits the US to see how predictive analytics help in emergencies.
Why 95 per cent of everything in the universe is actually, one way or another, invisible.
A look at NASA's Voyager programme as the two spacecraft leave the solar system.
Click reports from the world's biggest tech show, CES.
Elizabeth Quigley talks to Joy Milne, who discovered she can smell Parkinson's disease.
Highlights from the recent 'live' show, including advice about how to stay secure online.
In a world first, a vet attempts keyhole brain surgery on a moonbear deep in the jungle.
In a world first, vets call on a plastic surgeon to give a rhino a skin graft operation.
Clare discovers how vets in China keep baby pandas alive.
A comprehensive guide to all the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer news.
The best bits of the tech show from 2017 including tech for cats and a visit to Fukushima.
Kaspar, a robot designed to help children on the autistic spectrum, is delivered to Ethan.
Mum Amanda meets a robot programmed to help her son Isaac, who has a rare form of dwarfism
The life of the most glamorous plane ever built, told by those whose lives she touched.
The team indulges in 2017's most desirable gadgets.
The team comes together to indulge in 2017's most desirable gear and gizmos.
Click investigates the weird world of quantum computing. Spencer meets Marina Abramovic.
A look at the use of modern medical technology to scan Egyptian animal mummies.