Covid-19 is affecting all our lives in ways that are profound. Many aspects of the past are changing fast, and many of us are worrying about what this all means for ourselves and for our loved ones. Those of us already living with mental health problems are facing extra challenges too.
The challenge of diagnosing and treating cancer during the pandemic. Patients are not presenting to GPs, and can in remote general practice accurately diagnose cancer. How are hospitals dealing with this challenge?
The panel includes Professor Peter Barnes FRS, Professor of Medicine at Imperial College, Dr Peter Tippet MD, Bianca Jagger, the philanthropist and human rights advocate. The renowned historian and author Mr John Barry joins them.
Britain's care homes have been the frontline in the battle against COVID: 11,000 dead and counting. Reporter John Sweeney interviews Nadra Ahmed, chair of the National Care Association, and top geriatrician Prof Finbarr Martin on what went so wrong