Hairy, shaved, tattooed, in trainers, ties, suits or jeans - what's the story?
Why do we do the things we do? This week, Mike Williams asks why we wear neckties.
Mike Williams asks why these simple garments are so appealing
The suit, it’s survived for the three centuries. But what’s its appeal?
What motivates people to decorate their bodies with ink?
Where did the fascination with elevated footwear come from and what do they tell us?
The history of hair removal and what it tells us about notions of female beauty
Artist Grayson Perry, a train driver and a detective novelist on why they cross dress
How did beards evolve and what is their purpose?
Why do we care so much about the hair on our heads? Join Mike Williams to find out why.
How did the trainer become an acceptable item of clothing?
Why does the naked human form provoke such strong reactions?
Why do we use perfume and what does it say about us?
Why millions of women - and some men - paint their faces
Mike Williams explores the myths and mysteries of the mirror
Why do we place so much trust in brands? And who benefits from them?
Why do blue jeans have such global appeal?
Why do we want to capture human faces?
Tracing the power and use of masks and what they mean for us culturally