Does talk of 'toxic masculinity' mean we are now seeing boys as potential perpetrators?
Michael Rosen and guests celebrate nonsense at Radio 4's More Than Words Festival.
Geoff Watts explores the origins of depression and efforts to find new treatments.
John Connell speaks about how the connection to land can heal the modern urban soul.
Phill Jupitus explores the importance of being bored.
Marverine Cole explores why some black women are more prone to anxiety and depression.
Jim Al-Khalili interviews Prof David Nutt about research into drugs and the brain.
Ernie Rea and guests discuss the relationship between religion and depression.
Giles Fraser wonders what lies behind our urge to fill our days with noise and excitement.
Does colour change the way we feel and behave? Tracey Logan investigates.
Rachel Kelly believes there needs to be a more nuanced approach to mental illness.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
What's wrong with hypocrisy? A question for everyone's favourite abstract pub.
Poet Paul Farley shows his hand in a celebration of bluffing, from poker to geo-politics.
Can growing food can improve our mental health? Isabel talks to JK, a recovering alcoholic
Can nature help our mental health? The Spectator's Isabel Hardman asks Dr Alan Kellas.
Ernie Rea explores the place and nature of faith and belief in today's world.
The writer Matt Haig describes how words helped him live with depression.
Aleks Krotoski asks how digital devices are changing our memories.
Niall Iain MacDonald describes his extraordinary fight back against depression.
The revelations of the televised debate between Al Gore and Ross Perot.
Michael Buerk presents combative, provocative and engaging debate.
Big Data seems to know a lot about us. But what is personality and can you measure it?
Simon Wessely on medically unexplained symptoms and syndromes.
Exploding society’s received wisdom. Do we deceive ourselves… to better fool others?
Michael considers whether we often just make up what we think on the spot.
Olly Mann and guests tackle male feelings of inadequacy.
Why do some people have a terrible sense of direction?
Many key findings of psychological research are under question. What's going on?
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