Will children of the digital revolution tackle denialism differently? With Isabel Hardman
Michael Blastland asks if 'group-think' is distancing policy from the public.
From credit cards to climate change, we turn a blind eye. Isabel Hardman asks why.
Carol Dweck showed how changing people's beliefs can affect their levels of achievement.
Michael Blastland and the team explore the psychology of thinking that things get worse.
Charlie Beckett explores whether news is bad for us and how it could be done differently.
What makes the will of the crowd more persuasive than the wisdom of one?
Engaging live debate examining the moral issues behind one of the week's news stories.
Michael and the Zoo team put the 'I knew it all along' effect under the microscope.
Psychologist Dr Keon West explores racial bias and the trend in anti-bias training.
Aleks Krotoski explores what happens when an online illusion meets reality.
David Edmonds asks if we are unconsciously harbouring racist and sexist attitudes.
Michael Blastland and the Zoo team explore information avoidance and denial.
Brian Cox, Robin Ince and their guests ask, 'Is irrationality genetic?'.
Claudia meets Julian Rotter, who promoted personality theory in clinical psychology.
We deceive ourselves all the time. Why? Isabel Hardman explores the roots of denial.
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?
Radiophonic drama exploring the irrational beliefs we project onto new technologies.
Pragya Agarwal discusses our unintentional biases.
Roy Baumeister on why we must beat the tyranny of our negativity bias. With Helen Lewis.
Two people with different views come together to see if they empathise with each other.
The 1920s experiment in a Chicago factory that gave rise to a classic textbook phenomenon.
David Halpern tells Bronwen Maddox about the power of nudge.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate, presented by Michael Buerk.
Would you get in a driverless car? Isabel Hardman explores our troubled faith in science
David Aaronovitch investigates 'declinism' - the idea that human society is in decline.
Is it right to call someone a 'denier'? Isabel Hardman asks why debates get so polarised.
Why do summer-born children do worse than those born in autumn or winter?