Claudia Hammond with the latest in psychology, neuroscience and mental health.
Claudia Hammond examines the evidence on whether screen time is bad for young people.
Claudia Hammond meets a psychologist who treated people after the 2005 London bombings.
The psychology of voting, portrayals of mental health in the media, and a designer asylum.
What musical hallucinations teach us about the brain, plus mental health in novels.
Claudia on conjuring and magic - how what we believe affects what we see.
Claudia Hammond investigates a hidden condition - perinatal obsessive compulsive disorder.
Claudia Hammond on when stockpiling clutter and possessions tips into hoarding disorder.
Mobile phones and driving, intensive treatment for PTSD, and new drugs for psychosis.
Upgrading airport security; Psychosis; Happy walking.
Claudia finds out about the only NHS clinic for problem gamblers. Should there be more?
Claudia Hammond asks if the 1:4 mental health statistic reduces or increases stigma.
Claudia Hammond explores pioneering new research into radicalisation.
Claudia Hammond hosts the All in the Mind Awards Ceremony, and meets all the finalists.
Claudia Hammond meets more finalists in the All in the Mind 25th anniversary awards.
Claudia Hammond meets two more finalists in the All in the Mind 25th anniversary awards.
Claudia Hammond meets more finalists in the All in the Mind anniversary awards.
Visual overload; All in the Mind mental health awards finalist; professional boundaries.
How to help friends, All in the Mind awards finalists, and mental health in the City.
Claudia Hammond hears from a shortlisted entry to the All in the Mind mental health awards
Are mental health services in crisis? And was shell shock in WWI hugely underdiagnosed?
Claudia hears from one pair of finalists in the All in the Mind mental health awards.
Claudia Hammond reports on a mental health triage scheme with Leicestershire police force.
Should restraint in mental health hospitals be eliminated? Are mind wanderers less happy?
New research on soldiers trained to resist the overwhelming affects of cognitive fatigue.
How the brain responds to music could lead to exciting new therapies. With Claudia Hammond
Does performing rituals improve the taste of food? Claudia Hammond investigates.
Brains struggle with learning to dance. Claudia has a lesson with Strictly's Robin Windsor
Claudia launches 3 new awards to recognise outstanding help and support in mental health.
Professors Sophie Scott and Irene Tracey examine 25 years of understanding the brain.