Why are millennials so attracted to starting their own businesses?
The popularity of texting is changing how we communicate and relate to each other
What do the marks on our skin tell us about ourselves and our place in the world?
Why is dystopic fiction so appealing?
In cases of sexual assault, why do people so often blame the victim?
Why is party planning so hard?
Why are we resilient?
An exploration of why and how music can exert a powerful effect on our emotions
Michael Blastland investigates talk of a crisis in masculinity.
Why do grandparents care for their grandchildren and what effect does it have on them?
Could the answer lie in our DNA, our upbringing or our lack of self control?
What evolutionary advantage does consciousness bestow upon us?
Why are humans conscious of so little of what goes on around us?
Why do we feel shy and what can we do about it?
Why do we get so attached to our intuitions? And can they mislead us?
What exactly is intuition? And why should we trust it?
Why do people ditch the comforts of modern life to go and sleep under the stars?
Why do some people reject traditional forms of education, housing and even government?
Sandra Kanthal asks if human nature is wired to fixate on the downsides of life.
What’s the power of make-up? Why can't many of us leave the house without it?
Happiness is a fundamental human desire, yet we often struggle to achieve it.
Why funerals matter so profoundly to us, as individuals and societies
Blending is a distinctly human activity. Why do we do it?
We find out how the natural world affects our mental health
Why do so many people care so much about their sports teams?
What makes people choose a life of isolation and silence?
Have we become obsessed with the idea of collaboration?
Why do we enjoy the misfortunes of others?
Computing history is filled with the accomplishments of women. But where are they now?
The need to discover our past and what this tells us about ourselves