Professor John Searle examines the connections between the mind and the brain.
Fifty years after LSD was banned, Jolyon Jenkins tries to expand his mind without drugs.
Will the ability to scan brains transform ideas of criminality, memory and justice?
Neuroscientist Colin Blakemore talks to Jim Al-Khalili about his life and work.
Jim Al-Khalili interviews Prof David Nutt about research into drugs and the brain.
Ernie Rea and guests discuss near-death experiences. Is there a rational explanation?
Melvyn Bragg examines neuroscience, the relationship between the mind and the brain.
Melvyn Bragg examines the little we know and what we don’t yet know about the brain.
Professor Ramachandran explores how neuroscience alters man's understanding of himself.
Paul Broks brings neuroscience to the philosophical question of whether we have free will.
Ian looks at the nature of creatvity to find out if anyone can be a creative genius.
Jim Al-Khalili talks to neuroscientist Sophie Scott about the science of laughter.
Francine Stock explores our use of mind-altering substances and Aldous Huxley's influence.
Brian Cox, Robin Ince and guests uncover the science of why teenagers are so teenagery.
The influence of evolutionary theory, phrenology and a hole in Phineas Gage's head.
How advertisers are trying to use neuroscientific techniques to hack our brains
Dr Broks asks if out-of-body experiences are evidence for a self separate from the body.
Melvyn Bragg examines the history of thought about the mind/body problem in philosophy.
Alex Lathbridge is a biochemist and rapper known as Thermoflynamics.
To see why the relaxed brain is happiest, artist Susan Aldworth slides inside a scanner.
Jim Al-Khalili discusses global mental health with psychiatrist Prof Vikram Patel.