Iggy Moon watches Jon Brittain's play Rotterdam.
Alison Liebling, Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Cambridge, reviews The Stanford Prison Experiment: A Film by Kyle Patrick Alvarez (2015).
Including grief, the app generation and much more.
Editor Jon Sutton on the movie adaptation of The BFG.
Anita Mehay reviews Jesse Eisenberg's 'The Spoils' at Trafalgar Studios.
Dr Allan Dodds watches 'Notes on Blindness'.
Dr Catherine Loveday (University of Westminster) listens to Dr Broks' Casebook.
Janet Smithson watches 'Mr v Mrs: Call the Mediator' on BBC Two.
A selection including 'Talking sense about medicine'.
Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes attends the opening of a new Science Museum exhibition.
Professor Martin Conway reviews an episode of 'Genius of the Modern World'.
Victoria Tischler reviews 'The Musical Mental Health Cabaret', Attenborough Arts Centre, Leicester, 18 June 2016. Image: Matt Cawrey.
A selection from the latest issue.
Dr Sally Marlow visits the Bethlem Museum of the Mind.
Lose Weight for Love (BBC One) reviewed by Dr Francis Quinn (Lecturer in Psychology, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen).
Joe Penhall’s iconic play, Blue/Orange, examines power, psychosis, ethnicity and psychiatry. Dr Sally Marlow talks to the playwright and to a psychiatrist, and looks at the literature in the area, to explore the questions the play raises, and how ready we are to answer them.
Dr Ivan M. Pitman, Clinical Lead / Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist at the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust, on their involvement in a new Louis Theroux documentary.
Stephen Gibson reviews 'Experimenter', a new film on the life of Stanley Milgram, directed by Michael Almereyda.
Including a web-only selection.
Dr Catherine Loveday reviews a new play by Nick Payne at the Donmar Theatre.
Dr Mark Wetherell reviews 'Opening Skinner's Box' at the Northern Stage.
The 'Love + Radio' podcast, reviewed by Kate Johnstone.
Dr Carolyn McGettigan reviews 'This is a Voice', the latest exhibition at London's Wellcome Collection.
With a proper psychologist making an appearance in the latest James Bond film, Professor G. Neil Martin looks at how and why scientists have studied the secret agent.
A selection from the print edition.