Anger can be a destructive force, so Oliver Burkeman learns how it can be managed.
In a political state where even the winners stay angry, what will our future be?
Geoff Watts explores the origins of depression and efforts to find new treatments.
Anger can be seen as just, Oliver explores how it may be essential for social change.
American satirist Joe Queenan presents spats, tantrums and explosions from the archive.
American satirist Joe Queenan presents a new history of lust.
Clare Jenkins explores the emotional challenges faced when clearing out her parents' home.
Oliver Burkeman explores negativity as a surprising pathway to meeting your goals.
Nick Berkeley shows how song lyrics help us articulate and negotiate aspects of our lives.
Writer Amit Chaudhuri explores the idea of exile and modern, secular homelessness.
Mark O'Connell argues that in an age of strong opinions, we should embrace ambivalence.
Aleks Krotoski explores the role of digital media in our age of anger.
Anna Minton argues that higher security creates a sense of fear rather than safety.
What are we all so awkward about? Annalisa Dinnella explores this slippery emotion.
Author Olivia Laing recommends a book, a painting and a song for when you’re lonely.
Clare Balding walks with Carolyn Savidge in north Somerset.
Clare Balding walks with Matthew Hopwood in Wiltshire.
A journalist revisits the audio diary that documents her husband's sudden departure.
originally broadcast in Front Row on 05 November 2008
John Connell speaks about how the connection to land can heal the modern urban soul.
Annie Broadbent shares her experience of being bereaved.
Phill Jupitus explores the importance of being bored.
How living in a hostel inspired Benjamin Clementine to write one of his biggest songs.
Sheila Dillon explores how bereavement can change our relationship with food.
What if happiness isn’t about the self at all?
Marverine Cole explores why some black women are more prone to anxiety and depression.
As part of U2's new album 'Innocence & Experience', Bono wrote 'Iris' about his mother.
A 77-year-old cox and a rowing eight that helps him recover from the loss of his wife.
Colin Murray Parkes illuminates the importance of secure attachments for human happiness.
Are we secretly reassured by the shame and failure of others? With Jane Garvey.
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