Ruth Wishart speaks to people who face challenging ethical and moral decisions in their work.
4/5. Ruth talks to Mark Johnson, who spent much of his youth involved in crime and addiction. However, he now works to change policy on drugs and how we treat young offenders.
She talks to Linda Doull from the medical relief agency Merlin about providing humanitarian aid.
City analyst Geraint Anderson breaks the square mile's code of silence to discuss greed in the city.
Ruth Wishart meets recently retired Army Major General, Adrian Freer.
Ruth Wishart talks to head teacher Lindsey Robertson about leading a school in an area of Edinburgh with one of the worst health records and lowest life expectancy in the city.
Ruth Wishart meets Dr Alex Clarke, a member of the first UK face transplant team.
Ruth Wishart talks to former UN Emergency Relief chief Jan Egeland about brokering peace and helping the needy in some of the world's most dangerous places.
With Craig Murray, the former ambassador of Uzbekistan who took the decision to speak out about human rights abuses.
Ruth talks to Gene Robinson, Bishop of New Hampshire and the first openly gay bishop in the Anglican church, about his new book, In the Eye of the Storm.