Leading thinkers come together to debate and share ideas on this year's theme: Emotion.
Jackie Kay and Selina Thompson on the influential US writer and civil rights activist.
Aatish Taseer, Veronica Strang and Thomas Dixon at the Free Thinking Festival.
Anne McElvoy talks to Gabrielle Rifkind, William J Burns and Gabriel Gatehouse.
Does emotion have any place in relationships with patients in a more open age?
What's the most pertinent emotion in 2019 UK: Joy, anger, anxiety, schadenfreude or shame?
From techno music in Berlin to the Glasgow ‘rag trade’, and divisive dams to fake news.
A Free Thinking Festival discussion with Nicky Clayton, Erica Fudge and Kim Bard.
Lisa Appignanesi, Rachel Hewitt and Irenosen Okojie at the Free Thinking Festival.
From Bambi and Titanic to EastEnders - Matthew Sweet asks what makes us cry and why?
Dafydd Mills Daniel looks at links between the UN, Richard III and Disney's Jiminy Cricket
Michael Talbot tells stories of Turkish raiders, sea patrols and midwater borders.
Sarah Moss, Una, Michael Richardson and Harriet Shawcross at the Free Thinking Festival.
What the BBFC archives tell us about censorship debates & a film depicting Salman Rushdie.
From Neanderthals via Tudor England to Chartists - four historians on emotion in the past.
What can these strange emotions from history teach us about how we feel today?
Or are they just playing you for processed meat? Free Thinking investigates.
Watch Radio 3's pop-up studio come to life at Sage Gateshead
Professor Barbara Taylor explores the history of solitude. Have we always been in crisis?
With global population on the rise, could having kids be your biggest moral mistake?
A guide to successful stand-up from some of the best in the business.
Stephen Reicher reveals that crowd psychology is more nuanced than people think.
Could more of us benefit from a healthy dose of solitude?