Neurobiologist Colin Blakemore explains how the mind creates sight and perception.
Philosopher Barry Smith on Noam Chomsky and human language
Professor John Searle considers whether a digital computer can be taught to think.
Jo Brand joins Brian Cox and Robin Ince for witty, irreverent science chat.
How do our senses work together to shape the experience of eating? Barry Smith explores.
Michael Blastland invites us to discover the way people think, behave and make decisions.
Michael Blastland explores how what we do with our bodies can influence our thoughts.
Psychologist Dr Pete Etchells' eye tracker sees what captures our attention.
Professor John Searle examines the discipline of cognitive science.
Dr Mark Lythgoe attempts to find out what constitutes intuition and when we should use it.
What is going on inside Gerald Scarfe's brain?
Actor and impressionist Jan Ravens talks to Germaine Greer, about her public image.
Actor and comedienne Jan Ravens talks to BBC correspondent Lyse Doucet.
Barry Smith presents a journey into the human multi-sensory experience.
Naomi Alderman tells the story of Pavlov and his selectively drooling dogs.
Melvyn Bragg examines perception: how the brain reacts to the mass of data crowding it.
Clare Carlisle grapples with Bishop Berkley's idea that objects only exist in our minds.
Michael Blastland explores how humans think, behave and make decisions.
Inside the mind of science writer and cognitive psychologist Steven Pinker.
Timandra Harkness explores technologies that help humans perceive the world in novel ways.
The history of cultural, medical, artistic and philosophical ideas about the human brain.
Can horses count? And which animal is the best at maths?
Joshua Rozenberg examines new medical insights into the criminal mind.
Neurobiologist Colin Blakemore explores the historic concepts of the brain.
Michael considers whether we often just make up what we think on the spot.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince look at our minds and brains, with special guest Katy Brand.
A witty, irreverent and unashamedly rational look at the science of perception.
Professor John Searle analyses how our mental activities can produce our behaviour.
Rajesh Mirchandani goes on an exploration of coincidence.
Michael Rosen and Laura Wright discuss the role of young women in language innovation.
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