Tim Harford on climate change, Victorian diseases, maths mistakes and alcohol consumption.
Tim Harford on teen suicide, Brexit business moves and wood-burner pollution
Tim Harford on Holocaust deniers, food prices in Venezuela and dating app statistics.
Tim Harford on domestic violence, employment numbers, and the chance of a white Easter.
Tim Harford asks whether 1.7% of people are intersex, and examines false claims about MPs.
Tim Harford on sugar, train fares, children's outdoors play and Earth's closest neighbour.
Tim Harford on a BBC loneliness survey, school funding, same-sex divorce, loyal listeners.
Tim Harford on Spitfire pilots, and whether football triggers violence in the home.
Tim Harford on child carers, shareholder income, football, museums and dangerous sports.
Tim Harford on what statistics tell us about suicide, good schools and sexism in tennis.
Tim Harford questions the usefulness of a popular heart age calculator.
Tim Harford fact-checks EU trade deals with Africa, and whether one drink is one too many.
Tim Harford on no-frills living, automated fact-checking and Lord of the Rings maths.
Tim Harford explains how maths can help lazy students reduce their revision workload.
Is WH Smith really the worst on the high street? Plus how safe is giving birth at home?
How to read the weather forecast, plus measuring the amount of tea we drink.
Are more working families in poverty? Plus exploring the new school league tables.
The British abortion statistics gaining attention in Ireland's referendum debate.
Calculating the benefits and risks of breast screening. Plus, patchy citizenship data.
Measuring plastic pollution, female FTSE directors and counting animal offspring.
Back of the envelope calculations on rape, and how many died under Stalin?
Why the biggest ever fall in the Dow wasn't, and how much do women spend on tampons?
How many transgender people are there in the UK? Plus a statistical take on parkruns.
Challenging the claim that one in three girls' first sexual experience is rape.
How much more are men paid than women? And how many words do you need to speak a language?
Do missed appointments cost the NHS £1 billion? And do you always earn more with a degree?
Is Uber safe? The post Brexit dual nationality surge; measuring partner abuse.
Foreign secretary Boris Johnson is accused of misusing official statistics.
Has the number of natural disasters really quadrupled in the last forty years?
Will we need more power stations? Plus, are children in Manchester ready for school?