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The Business of Dying

As we age as a society, will more people elect to choose the time of their own death? And will we feel any pressure to? In 2002, the Netherlands became the first country to legalise euthanasia. Since then, assisted dying and assisted suicide has remained…


Shula spots an opportunity, and Anisha has made up her mind.

Billion Dollar HQs

Why some of biggest tech companies are spending billions on corporate headquarters


Oliver needs to ask a favour, and Susan gets creative in the kitchen.


Emma’s resolve is broken, and Alistair tries to explain.

The Museum of Curiosity (Series 11, Ep 4)

This week, the Professor of Ignorance John Lloyd and his curator, the brilliant Romesh Ranganathan welcome: The Austentatiously funny improvisor, comedian and writer Cariad Lloyd. The Huddersfield girl who escaped modelling and headed for the Yorkshire hills, Amanda Owen. and The broadcaster, reporter, after-dinner speaker,…

Bees, Seeds and Disease

Has the world become dangerously dependent on commercial honey bees to pollinate its crops? This prolific species is prone to some nasty diseases, as presenter Manuela Saragosa discovers. California bee broker Joe Traynor describes how two million hives are trucked into the state’s almond orchards…


Susan has been doing some maths, and Freddie spectacularly fails.