Aleks Krotoski asks if there are some things that we would be better off not knowing.
Colin Murray Parkes illuminates the importance of secure attachments for human happiness.
Are we living in a golden age of political conspiracy theories?
Why do people believe in conspiracy theories? Mike Williams investigates.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by Shazia Mirza as they discuss conspiracy theories.
Artist James Bridle considers how we can reshape technology to better represent us all.
In the wake of the massacre in Norway, James Silver reports on extremism in the UK.
Sarah explores the history of fake history, and its use to justify actions and ideology.
Is financial fake news damaging business? Geoff White reports.
Nihal Arthanayake presents a portrait of contemporary Britain in an epoch of terror.
Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks assesses the explosive mix of religious revival and nationalism
Melvyn Bragg examines the roots and the consequences of religious fundamentalism.
Is it correct to describe the killers of Charlie Hebdo staff in Paris as fundamentalists?
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
What's wrong with hypocrisy? A question for everyone's favourite abstract pub.
In his final Reith Lecture, Wole Soyinka examines the causes and impact of fanaticism.
Aleks Krotoski explores what happens when an online illusion meets reality.
Poet Paul Farley shows his hand in a celebration of bluffing, from poker to geo-politics.
Sathnam Sanghera asks, when we can know everything, are we better off not knowing things?
What, if anything, should be done about the British people going to Syria to join IS?
Phil Kemp asks if Luton deserves its reputation as a 'hotbed of extremism'.
Writer Mark Vernon says narcissism should be rehabilitated as a positive form of self-love
Mohsin Hamid on the title of his novel The Reluctant Fundamentalist.
Street philosophy with Bettany Hughes, and changing ideas about narcissism through time.
Jolyon Jenkins investigates whether we're really in the grip of a narcissism epidemic.
Michael Blastland on why your approach to politics might not be as rational as you think.
Lucy Cooke discovers why being a bit sneaky may be an excellent evolutionary strategy.
Robbie talks about his many regrets as a "narcissistic, egoic, thin-skinned" pop star.
SF Said believes fiction can help to bridge the divide between 'us' and 'them'.