Chris Ledgard endures bars, clubs and flight paths to listen to speech through noise.
Can the arts help Marie Louise Muir understand her autistic daughter’s world?
Michael Rosen finds out what can be learnt about communication from people with autism.
Michael Rosen on communicating with people with autism or profound learning difficulties.
Dr Mark Porter investigates balance disorders.
Sue Armstrong hears the personal experience of people with aphantasia - no mind's eye.
Families of children with a severe fatigue condition say they have been accused of abuse.
Alan Read reflects on Shakespeare Cliff and the 'dreadful trade' of samphire collecting.
Francesca Happé talks to Jim al-Khalili about the abilities of people with autism.
Two Welsh artists try to better understand autism with an imaginative new project
Jade is a games designer with autism. She's flying solo to New York to chase her ambition.
Jem Lester talks about his debut novel Shtum about a severely autistic boy
John Harris talks to Penny Andrews, who was only diagnosed as autistic in her thirties.
John Harris of the Guardian talks to autism specialist Professor Simon Baron-Cohen.
Comedian John Williams finds unexpected joy in his autistic son's view of life.
Robyn Steward takes us into her world of autism, music, art, travel, fun and independence.
David Mitchell talks about how Naoki's book helped him make sense of his son's autism.
Ben Garrod reveals how the archers who sank with the Mary Rose could help medical science.
Mark Porter joins Dr Esther Crawley to look at teenage cases of ME.
A true story of brain injury, recovery and discovery.
Do dyslexia or dyspraxia affect the way you draw? Chris Ledgard investigates.
Having translated Naoki's book, David Mitchell describes how it must be to have autism.
Neuropsychologist Dr Paul Broks considers anarchic limbs and split brains.
Radio 4 announcer Kathy Clugston is anosmic. She cannot smell - and wants to know why.
Does the history of our ideas about autism reveal more about ourselves than about autism?
Does the history of our ideas about autism tell us more about ourselves than about autism?
Should a woman be given a kidney transplant when there is a high risk of failure?
Jim meets psychologist Prof Uta Frith, whose work changed how we view brain disorders.