Nicky Campbell hosts a series of moral, ethical and religious debates
A special edition of The Big Questions recorded at London's Brunel University, with the audience and invited contributors debating just one issue: is digital media good for democracy?
Nicky Campbell presents the Big Questions live from Bradford's Appleton Academy.
Is Scotland still owed a say over Brexit? Should the state give everyone a basic income? And should today's generation make amends for slavery?
Will more children be raised in poverty? Should we have the right to decide our own gender? And, can Britain be proud of its aid to asylum seekers?
Nicky Campbell presents topical debate live from Leicester Grammar School. Should the UK trade with Israel now settlements are recognised? Has the time come to raise taxes to cover social care? Is monogamy bad for marriage?
Nicky Campbell presents The Big Questions live from Leith Academy, Edinburgh. He asks whether Russian cyber warfare is undermining the west, whether more police should be armed, and whether God can see our sins.
Nicky Campbell presents The Big Questions live from Heatlands Academy, Birmingham.
Nicky Campbell presents The Big Questions live from Northumbria Students' Union, Newcastle. Should pornography be on the school curriculum? And is your image public property?
Nicky Campbell presents live debate from the University of Kent in Canterbury. He asks, Do the brightest do better at grammar schools? And is using drones ethical?
Nicky Campbell presents live debate from Michaelston Activity Centre in Cardiff.
Nicky Campbell presents live debate from St Edward's School, Oxford.
Nicky Campbell presents live debate from Patcham High School, Brighton.
Nicky Campbell presents live debate from Netherhall School, Cambridge.
Nicky Campbell presents live debate from Manor CE Academy, York.
Nicky Campbell presents a special edition from Manor CE Academy in York, debating the effectiveness of humanitarian interventions across the globe. Taking part in the discussion are human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell; Dorcas Erskine of Action Aid; Mukesh Kapila, professor of global health and humanitarian affairs at Manchester University; Yasmine Ahmed, director of Rights Watch UK; Richard Dowden, director of the Royal African Society; Kirsty McNeil of Save the Children; Neil Thorns of Cafod; Dr Olivia Rutazibwa of Portsmouth University; Alan Mendoza, director of the Henry Jackson Society; Dr Philip Cunliffe of Kent University
Nicky Campbell presents a special edition from Oasis Academy Media City, Salford.
Will globalisation make the world a better place? Taking part in the debate are Dr Linda Yueh from the London Business School, professor Guy Standing from the Basic Income Earth Network, writer and commentator Douglas Murray, Sam Bowman from the Adam Smith Institute, writer and researcher Maya Goodfellow, Katy Wright, head of global external affairs at OXFAM, writer and commentator David Goodhart, Rose Bridger from the Green Economics Institute, and Tom Bridger deputy editor of Spiked
Is the private sector helping the NHS? Can white people be the victims of racism? And does morality come from religion or evolution?
Taking part in the debate are: Dr Silvia Camporesi, director of bioethics at Kings College, London. Dr David King, director of Human Genetics Alert. Professor Jonathan Montgomery, from the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies. Professor Jackie Leach Scully, director of policy, ethics and life sciences, Newcastle University. Dr Trevor Stammers, Centre for Bioethics and Emerging Technologies. Environmentalist and writer Tony Juniper. Dr Ruth Stirton, healthcare law and ethics, Sussex Univeristy. Professor Keith Fox, The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion. Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner, Movement for Reform Judaism. Dr Virginia Bolton, clinical embryologist. David Wood from the Transhumanist Party UK