Bobby Friction discovers the impact social media is having on his life.
Is control over one's digital life an illusion? And what happens if control is lost?
Jonathan Freedland looks at the current fashion for recording our lives on social media.
How the power of the news media is used as a global government tool for influence.
Mark Lawson considers how the increasing power of the audience is affecting storytellers.
Who do you want to read your old emails when you die? Are the dead entitled to privacy?
Aleks Krotoski explores the disconnect between real life flaws and the perfect life online
The teams have just one day to help young people better manage their digital lives.
Will Abberley explores the recent interest in the eerie within English culture.
James Lange argues that YouTube videos can be a vital tool for sociology - and science.
Aleks Krotoski looks at whether our online lives are transforming our experience of death.
With Michael Buerk. Are social networks cheapening and brutalising human relationships?
Poet Musa Okwonga explores the downside of living a life on Twitter and Facebook.
Does a reliance on computers mean the return of the Luddites?
Ernie Rea and guests discuss the relationship between religion and social media.
Jane Garvey asks if we are better informed, but more powerless in the age of social media?
What can the patterns in a starling murmuration tell us about the way our ideas spread?
Is the internet encouraging people to kill themselves? The Report examines the evidence.
How terrorists need the oxygen of publicity, and the battle to starve them of it.
Can’t resist posting? David Grossman explores the lure of attention economics.
Two social media users swap accounts and live in each other's bubble during Brexit.
How the old and the young are navigating friendships through new technology today.
What is it acceptable to say on social media? Engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Brian Bilston on becoming an accidental Twitter poet.
Aleks Krotoski considers the concept of 'tribe' in the modern world.
Will Gompertz on the people taking YouTube to the next level and changing the face of TV.