Following the diagnosis of a family member, comedian Rory Bremner explores ADHD.
Chris Ledgard looks at referendums and the art of asking the right question.
A feature in which artists give insight into their creative process.
Navigating the world of sex and relationships for people with learning disabilities.
Matthew Taylor examines how British schools will change in the era of 'Brain Culture'.
Ellen Mara De Wachter explores the insights offered by collaborative art or "co-art".
How has technology changed the way we come up with ideas?
Mariella Frostrup asks if we are bringing up children creative enough for the future.
How can we nurture critical thinking skills in children and young people?
Shumi Bose explores how design can help us explore and express our sense of identity.
Aleks Krotoski asks whether we can become detached from ourselves using technology.
Michael Rosen talks in depth about dyslexia with expert Professor Maggie Snowling.
Should school exams be cancelled across the UK next summer?
People with minor problems seek the advice of 12-year-old Arthur.
As technology has improved how has it enabled artists to create new kinds of work?
The risks and rewards of stage performance. Narrated by the actor Noma Dumezweni.
Writer Gerard Darby argues that creativity is just as vital as science in education.
Vivienne finds out how 'gifted' children are measured and by whom.
Author Zoë Strachan charts her journey of self-discovery as a gay woman through reading.
Melvyn Bragg explores the origins, manifestations and possibilities of intelligence.
John Ballatt says we need 'intelligent kindness' to transform the culture of healthcare.
Sarfraz Manzoor asks if it is better to specialise or build a portfolio career.
Why it could be counter-productive to hire by talent, and what to look for instead.
Jasper Fforde asks whether humans have reached the limit of creative thought.
Alex Beard imagines a world without the school as we know it. Episode 3: Learning
Matthew Syed says the importance of talent over effort should not be over-emphasised.
Claudia Hammond slays common myths about the brain and its workings.