Ellie Cawthorne investigates the multimillion pound trade in fake essays and dissertations
The charities and businesses owed money for sports advertising they never received.
Psychologist Gustav Kuhn uses magic to show just how limited our conscious experience is.
Dodgy diamonds, missing millions - and the victims failed by justice.
Will children of the digital revolution tackle denialism differently? With Isabel Hardman
Clinical psychologist Daniel Freeman explores cases of delusion.
From credit cards to climate change, we turn a blind eye. Isabel Hardman asks why.
Russian mountaineers disguised monuments in the city to protect them from enemy fire.
Brian Cox, Robin Ince and special guests explore the science of magic.
Novelist Clare Allan asks why lying gets such a bad press.
Philip Ball examines the curious relationship between science, stage magic and cinema.
If treason laws are regarded as out of date, can anyone challenge the state with impunity?
A remarkable journey and thought-provoking view of what it means to be human.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince tackle the science of deception.
Phil Tinline mines the long history of disinformation to identify techniques in use today.
Aleks Krotoski explores the world of spam, scams and caches of forgotten gold.
Our beliefs and expectations about medical treatments can have an impact on our health.
Ben asks if modern medicine is making the most of this strange phenomenon.
Laura Barton concludes her three-part series on the place of confidence in modern life.
Sarah explores the history of fake history, and its use to justify actions and ideology.
Is financial fake news damaging business? Geoff White reports.
Sheila Dillion investigates the problem of food fraud.
Ex-pats' retirement dream in France is left in tatters by British fraudster.
What's wrong with hypocrisy? A question for everyone's favourite abstract pub.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.