Robert Reid trudges around a grimy and polluted Salford in 1955 to remind us just how much of a profound effect on the nation's health the NHS had. (1955)
Casting real doctors instead of actors, this film uses scripted scenarios and interviews to see the National Health Service through their eyes. (1958)
In 2013 Reggie Yates spent a week at a Cape Town hospital where, on any weekend, the doctors deal with up to 100 stabbings & assaults, with 80 per cent of those admitted under 25.
The story of how Barack Obama tried to reshape America. This episode looks at how his proposals for affordable, accessible healthcare sparked a bitter conflict.
Documentary. Louis Theroux explores the American way of death as he looks at end of life care in LA's most famous hospital, the Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre.
By Owain Clarke
BBC Wales health correspondent
Documentary following the doctors who can now interrupt, and even reverse, the process of death, and the families asked to make the most ethically difficult decision in medicine.
Sketch comedy series. A tribute to Florence Nightingale, charting how she revolutionised medicine and the treatment of the sick.
Stephen Sackur speaks to neurosurgeon Owase Jeelani. How does he deal with the extreme stress of life-and-death decision-making that comes with his chosen profession?
By Francesca Gillett & George Bowden