Panorama looks at the breakthrough that could change the lives of everyone and everything on the planet. Gene editing is revolutionising medical research and could deliver new treatments - even cures for a host of diseases. It also gives scientists control over evolution, allowing genetic changes to be forced through species. But some are worried about letting the gene genie out of the bottle.
Travelling is always the best way to encounter true stories. Ming-Hsang, a deaf, decided to cycle around Taiwan before graduating from the college. This film, lasting for 100 minutes, documents his trip which lasted 7 days and 6 nights. He camped at the beach of Tai-Ma-Li on the first evening, playing guitar. Although he has hearing problems, he is still very much interested in sounds. The next morning, he followed Tai-11 highway.
Xi Jinping has become the most powerful Chinese leader for decades. He is a man the British government wants as a major partner. But on the eve of President Xi's state visit, Panorama reveals what sort of friend he really is. The BBC's China editor Carrie Gracie retraces Xi's extraordinary journey from cave dweller to absolute power. It's a story that the Chinese government doesn't want told - Xi emerges as a ruthless political operator, who has crushed opposition at home and seeks to punch China's weight abroad.