Michael Blastland invites us to discover the way people think, behave and make decisions.
Michael Blastland explores how what we do with our bodies can influence our thoughts.
The power of repetition. The power of repetition.
Choose your battles carefully.
Michael Blastland and the team explore the psychology of thinking that things get worse.
Michael and the Zoo team put the 'I knew it all along' effect under the microscope.
Michael Blastland and the Zoo team explore information avoidance and denial.
Changing One's Mind
Michael Blastland and the Zoo team look ahead to the general election.
Michael Blastland explores the way human beings think, behave and make decisions.
Status quo bias - do you prefer things, whether personal or political, the way they are?
Michael Blastland looks at humans' insatiable desire for change and the new.
Michael Blastland unravels how human psychology shapes the way we vote.
Morals and Norms
How do we know about the unwritten rules that govern us? Michael Blastland investigates.
The Improvising Mind
Michael considers whether we often just make up what we think on the spot.
Is what is expected of us as citizens psychologically absurd?
A Word of Advice
Michael Blastland explores how we react to advice.
The Tide Is With Us
Michael Blastland on why so many think other people share their beliefs and choices.
Michael Blastland examines the psychology of us and them and perceptions of 'the other'.
The Lives of Things
Michael Blastland on why people treat objects and other entities as if they are alive.
The Strangeness of Tradition
Michael Blastland examines current events through the lens of psychology.
As a matter of fact...
Michael Blastland look at facts and the EU referendum.
Short Cuts to the Simple Life
Michael Blastland explores how humans think, behave and make decisions.
That Post-Referendum Feeling
Michael Blastland explores the quirky ways in which we think, behave and make decisions.
Trust me... I'm an expert
Democracy and the Wisdom of Crowds
Michael Blastland looks at current events through the lens of psychology.
News of an Atrocity: The Psychology of Rare Events
The Olympics: Why We're Hardwired To Watch
Arla yn dal ei bris llaeth ar gyfer mis Mawrth.
Cyfarfod blynyddol NSA Cymru.
Live from Castle Howard
Sam Dilcock celebrates rural life in North Yorkshire.
Rebecca Rooney sits in. Two Bromham market gardeners grow over 40 varieties of vegetable.
Sugar beet and public health, seasonal agricultural labour and conservation farming
We eat too much sugar - so should UK farmers be growing less sugar beet?
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside from BBC Radio 4.