Neuromyths: Claudia explores some common myths in neuroscience
Alix Fox joins Katie to discuss 'period poverty' in the UK. Plus, Matters of the Heart.
Jack Rooke, Orlando von Einsiedel & Gwendolen von Einsiedel
Jake speaks to the comedian Jack Rooke and the Oscar winning Director behind 'Evelyn'.
The Kardashian Effect
Plump lips and big booties - what effect has Kim Kardashian had on the way we look?
Giving and Receiving
What health and wellbeing gifts would you give and receive, both literal and metaphorical?
Blood pressure pills and cancer, Aortic aneurysm repair, Sinks and hospital infection
Blood pressure pills and cancer, aortic aneurysm repair, sinks and hospital infection
Radio 4 in Four
What is self-care and what's the evidence that it works for anxiety and depression?
With Sue Kinnear and Kelly Morgan
A North Wiltshire school is introducing cricket to children of all ages.
Women Making Space in the Mosque
Samira Ahmed meets young, female Muslims taking on larger roles in their communities.
Permanent Vegetative State: Withdrawing Nutrition and Hydration
Is it ethical to withdraw nourishment from a young man in a permanent vegetative state?
A breath of fresh air for a Thursday evening.
Melanoma Death Rates Higher in Men Than Women
Melanoma death rates are rising in men but static or falling in women
Blame the Brain?
Why is the age range 16-25 such a crucial time for mental health?
Mark Elliott looks into how you can get active in Shropshire.
Carol Dweck and Growth Mindset
Carol Dweck showed how changing people's beliefs can affect their levels of achievement.
Joan Bakewell explores what happens in the days and hours that surround death itself.
Anna brings you a focus on mental health.
Three Counties Radio
Type 2 Diabetes
How the condition can be reversed and how reducing alcohol can help you cut your calories.
The Surgery with Katie and Dr Radha
DR Radha debunks common puberty myths
The creator of 'Bye Felipe' shows us where people have gone "badly wrong" on dating apps.
Radio 5 live
Hot, Cold, Wet and Dry
Origins of religious and western-learned medicine can be traced to Hippocrates and Galen.
The 1960s saw anti-psychiatrists including RD Laing question the notion of insanity.
Winifred Robinson investigates an outbreak of Clostridium Difficile in Nottingham.
Pallab Ghosh investigates the potential effects of anti-sleep drugs on society.
When are mentally ill patients really free to make decisions about their treatment?
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