Can the dead talk to us? Jolyon Jenkins looks into EVP - alleged voices from the far side. Read more
Can the dead talk to us? Jolyon Jenkins looks into EVP - alleged voices from the far side.
Who do you want to read your old emails when you die? Are the dead entitled to privacy?
The Secrets of Picking Up Women in Public
Jolyon Jenkins investigates 'pickup artists', men who know the secrets of seduction.
Asperger's Syndrome or Not?
Why do so many women think their men have Asperger's syndrome? Jolyon Jenkins investigates
The Power of Prayer
Jolyon Jenkins meets those who think the sick can be cured through the power of prayer.
Desperately Seeking Sperm
Jolyon Jenkins investigates the shadowy world of online unregulated sperm donation.
Jolyon Jenkins explores Esperanto, the language designed to bring world peace and harmony.
Jolyon Jenkins meets the people zapping their brains with DIY electrical devices.
The Red Pill
Jolyon Jenkins on men fighting a liberation war against what they see as female oppression
Mindfulness and Madness
Jolyon Jenkins investigates whether meditation could do more harm than good.
A Better Mousetrap
Jolyon Jenkins investigates the world of mousetrap inventors. Can there be a better trap?
Jolyon Jenkins reports on one man's attempt to create a new nation - a libertarian utopia.
Altered States of Consciousness
Fifty years after LSD was banned, Jolyon Jenkins tries to expand his mind without drugs.
A Righteous Education?
Jolyon Jenkins investigates the UK's private schools teaching fundamentalist Christianity.
Swimming Through Ice
Jolyon Jenkins meets the people who want to swim a mile through freezing cold water.
The Queen's Enemies
Jolyon Jenkins meets rebels not paying their tax because they think the Queen is a traitor
Hole in the Head
The people who think drilling a hole in the head can revitalise them and prevent dementia.
Jolyon Jenkins meets the men trying to build free energy machines in their garages.
Jolyon Jenkins meets the people who want whistling to be taken seriously as a musical art.
Digital death - what happens to your online stuff after you've gone?