Neve McIntosh prepares to go on stage
Should babies under two watch TV? Jim talks to psychologist Annette Karmiloff-Smith.
Might humans have an inbuilt compass like homing pigeons? If so, how can we rediscover it?
Is our desire for things to get normal again because we think of normal as 'right'?
Jim Al-Khalili talks to Professor Elizabeth Stokoe about studying real-life conversations.
Jonathan Edwards talks to heptathlete Kelly Sotherton about mental preparation.
Michael Haneke talks about how attaining a 'natural' acting style requires preparation.
Aleks Krotoski asks if moving our lives online has given us a false sense of normality.
David Cannadine tells the story behind the buzzword Nudge.
A book published 10 years ago has changed your life and you may not even be aware of how.
How well have politicians' attempts to 'nudge' us into doing what they want worked?
Simon Wessely on medically unexplained symptoms and syndromes.
iona Lindsay meets performers of all kinds during the half hour before they go on stage.
Why do some people have a terrible sense of direction?
David Halpern tells Bronwen Maddox about the power of nudge.
Many key findings of psychological research are under question. What's going on?
How the Holocaust created a new field of science - social psychology
Lucky socks, pre-match rituals, Nadal’s water bottles. Sport is teeming with superstition.
Writer Sardar asks us what 'the new normal' is concealing.