Are smartphones harming our kids? David Baker looks for solutions.
Sonia Sodha considers if it is time to rethink the fundamental purpose of university.
Edward Stourton investigates the impact of the education gap on voting and politics.
Professor James Tilley discovers the strategies dictators use to survive in office.
Electricity is crucial to modern life - but will we all get the power we need?
Caroline Wyatt explores the big questions facing the UK's armed forces.
How big of a challenge to the EU are Poland and Hungary's new 'illiberal' paths?
Women are sexist too, often unconsciously. Where does this implicit bias come from?
Taking offence on social media: over-sensitivity or a force for progress?
Professor Rosie Campbell asks how we can make judgements about politicians' authenticity.
Professor James Tilley discovers how chimpanzee power struggles mirror human politics.
How will the European Union change after Britain leaves?
What does the dangerous state of the Houses of Parliament tell us about our politics?
What happens when a machine faces a moral dilemma? David Edmonds investigates.
What could spark a conflict, and how devastating would it be?
Will technology radically reshape the highly profitable world of finance?
Paul Johnson asks if the policy's success has led to politicians stretching it too far.
The political theorist who argues that liberal democracy is in grave danger.
Michael Blastland asks if desk-bound work is making us obese.
Constitutions control the people who run countries - but how well do they work?
Union membership is in decline. So who will represent the workers of the gig economy?
How did Brazil's boom years turn to dust? David Baker investigates.
As angst over European security grows, why is Germany such a reluctant military power?
David Edmonds asks if we are unconsciously harbouring racist and sexist attitudes.
Why is the UK such a generous global aid donor, and should it be? Jo Coburn investigates.
Has Marine Le Pen succeeded in detoxifying the party founded by her father 40 years ago?
Why is liberal, tolerant Netherlands home to a major anti-immigration, anti-Islamic party?
Could a second referendum on Scottish independence yield a different result?
What makes us change our mind when it comes to elections?
Rosie Campbell examines the bias that voters bring to the ballot box.