Sathnam Sanghera asks is being tone-deaf a medical matter or simply a lack of training?
Peter Evans meets people with amusia and finds out what's happening in their brains.
Trevor Cox challenges Sarah Angliss to write a piece of music based on illusions in sound.
Stephen Johnson explores Sigmund Freud's enigmatic relationship with music.
6Music DJ Shaun Keaveny meets the scientists investigating why songs get stuck in our head
A profoundly deaf woman reveals how there is more to listening than hearing.
Professor Robert Winston explores what happens in our heads when we listen to music.
Going in search of the music at the centre of our cosmos: the Harmony of the Spheres.
Claudia Hammond slays common myths about the brain and its workings.
Chris Hawkins examines the life and legacy of Frightened Rabbit's Scott Hutchison
Idles, Wolf Alice, She Drew the Gun and Bill Ryder-Jones talk mental health and music
The investigation into music and mental health concludes with a surprising experiment
Helena Merriman asks why sad music is often the most popular.
Mike Williams explores why some tunes refuse to go away.
Peter Curran finds out why we sing to ourselves and why sometimes we cannot stop it.
'Why is my mother tone deaf?' asks listener Simon. The team investigates.
Daniel Barenboim considers the difference between power and strength in music and in life.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince kick off the new series at the Glastonbury Music Festival.
Why do tunes get stuck in our heads? And what makes some songs stickier than others?