Citizens UK and addressing community mental health, Robin Ince, film cuts and attention
Citizens UK and Mental Health, Robin Ince, Film Cuts and Attention
Neuromyths: Claudia explores some common myths in neuroscience
A tale of recovery from Clarke Carlisle and his wife
Ex-footballer Clarke Carlisle on his struggle with depression and suicidal thoughts
Spatial navigation, aphantasia and depression musical
Spatial navigation, aphantasia: people with no mind's eye and a musical about depression
Our visual experience: perception of colour and eye contact
Claudia Hammond and guests explore the complexity of our visual experience
Café Conversations, The light triad, Conveying anxiety through cartoon pigeons, Listener feedback
Café Conversations, the light triad, conveying anxiety through cartoon pigeons
Trigger warnings, Myths about Van Gogh's mental health
Trigger warnings, Myths about Van Gogh's mental health, Multi-tasking
NDAs, The Listening Place
The impact signing NDAs can have on mental health and The Listening Place
New approach to spider phobia, Putting yourself in someone else's shoes, Empathic cars
New approach to spider phobia, putting yourself in someone else's shoes, and empathic cars
The psychology of motivation and procrastination
Claudia Hammond explores the psychology of motivation and procrastination
The science of meetings, Helping those with dementia sleep, Estimating body size
The science of meetings, helping those with dementia sleep, estimating body size
Preventing anxiety, CALMTown, Air pollution and psychosis
Preventing anxiety in children, CALMTown and does air pollution cause psychosis?
Is online porn changing our sex lives?
Stephen Nolan speaks to callers about the way porn has affected their lives offline.
Music and conversation for your Thursday night, with a focus on health and wellbeing.
A breath of fresh air for a Thursday evening.
The pilgrim paths of Ireland
Stories from pilgrims walking the ancient pilgrim path St.Kevin’s Way in County Wicklow
Napoleon and 'Delusions of Grandeur'
Clinical psychologist Daniel Freeman explores cases of delusion.