From moral questions to the quirks & pleasures of life: Discrimination; Death Rituals; What Nietszche teaches us; Witches & Woodlands; Spookiness; The Joy of Sewing; Kids Fiction
Does emotion have any place in relationships with patients in a more open age?
An adman, VR creator, gamer, psychologist and Shahidha Bari at the Free Thinking Festival.
What's the most pertinent emotion in 2019 UK: Joy, anger, anxiety, schadenfreude or shame?
Stephen Briers, Caroline Dower and Ceyda Uzun join Anne McElvoy at Sage Gateshead.
Thomas Dixon, first director of the Queen Mary Centre for the History of the Emotions.
Philip Dodd explores the idea of betrayal.
With George Shaw, Kader Attia, Dreda Say Mitchell, Katie Beswick and Matthew Sweet.
Gazelle Twin, Julia Bardsley, Hannah Catherine Jones, Luke Turner and William Fowler.
Novelists Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, Layla AlAmmar & historians Jennifer Aston + Jessica Malay.
Laurence Scott and Will Self talk about redundant features in design.
Shahidha Bari talks poetry and the web series Brown Girls, plus the history of sewing.
The science and art of love. Andrew McMillan, Lavinia Greenlaw, Elanor Dymott, Laura Mucha
Jimmy Wales on Diderot and collecting knowledge. Tariq Goddard on Mark Fisher aka k-punk.
How we deal with unwanted sexual advances and changing depictions on stage are debated.
Do our heroes and heroines have to be perfect? We look at ikons, film idols & politicians.
Must-see sights for post-Napoleonic War tourists, Cold War travellers and hot spots now.
Shahidha Bari, Josh Cohen and Sam Goodman explore the value of doing nothing.
Bobby Seagull and Irving Finkel join Shahidha Bari to look at competitiveness and games.
Deborah Levy, Adam Phillips and Amia Srinivasan join Matthew Sweet at the British Library.
Who's pulling your strings? Matthew Sweet and guests track down today's hidden persuaders.
Sir Paul Nurse and Tristram Hunt debate with an audience at Queen Mary University London.
From death cafes to bronze age burials, from C19 mourning rings to the way doctors cope.
Peter Hitchens; Rev Lucy Winkett; Neil Bartlett: Prof Steve Brown @ Imperial War Museum.
A look at free-thinker Thomas Woolston, philosopher Isaiah Berlin, memory and neuroscience