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Why improvising comes naturally to all of us.
Ancient tradition and custom among tribal people, and what we can learn from it.
Are all linked to the sea, even if we live hundreds of miles from the coast?
How do we encourage enterprise in a way that benefits lots of people, not just a few?
What makes a plant leaf or flower either flat and simple or curly and complicated?
Why do human beings copy one another so much?
Making sense of gaps in our lives that take us out of our routine.
What really makes us smile?
Why do we make maps, and what do they say about us?
Is women’s ability to choose and act increasing or in retreat?
The Forum @ RSA in London with Margaret Atwood.
Can massive amounts of processed data help us make better decisions?
Celebrating 90 years of BBC Radio.
What will it take for the voice of ordinary citizens to be clearly heard?
Bitter partisanship is poisoning Western politics, so what is the way forward?
What's the best way to deal with personal and collective guilt?
Supermassive black holes which project their power across entire galaxies of stars.
How a primal emotion protecting us from poison can drive our decisions.
As digital technology spreads, is there a still a border between real and virtual?
What is education really for and how should we improve it? Presented by Martin Rees.
How are we, and other creatures, affected by being cut off from the rest?
How often are we lured into making choices without being aware of it?
How much control do we really have over our bodies and health?
What drives our vengeful desires and what happens if we listen to them?
Does digital technology open or close our minds? A show from the Aspen Festival of Ideas.
We explore how electricity and our bodies make the world go round.
How much has London and the UK, changed as a result of the Olympics?
Where's the line between independence and dependency?
Inequality - the challenge for our age? Presented by former Irish President Mary Robinson.
Why some athletes, plants and stars keep going for much longer than others.