Wendy Lloyd watches 'Dirty God', a new film directed by Sacha Polak.
Sally Marlow visits a Kate Cooper exhibition at the Hayward Gallery.
Rosa Cheesman and Alicia Peel (King’s College London) tune in to the BBC series ‘Mental Health and Me’.
Sally Marlow tunes in to Louis Theroux's 'Mothers on the Edge'.
Alina Ivan visits 'Affirmations of Life', John O’Donnell’s solo exhibition, at the Bethlem Gallery.
The EY Exhibition: Van Gogh and Britain, Tate Britain. Reviewed by Nikki Hall.
Simon Bignell on 'All the Ghosts in the Machine' by Elaine Kasket.
Gustav Kuhn and Matthew Tompkins on 'Smoke and mirrors: The psychology of magic', an exhibition at the Wellcome Collection in London.
Emotional shorts (podcast) by the Centre for the History of the Emotions; reviewed by Alina Ivan.
#Upcycle your job by Anna Meller (Practical Inspiration); Reviewed by Emily Hutchinson.
Becoming Human: A Theory of Ontogeny by Michael Tomasello (Belknap Press of Harvard University Press). Reviewed by Kim A. Bard and David A. Leavens.
The First Minds: Caterpillars, Karyotes, and Consciousness by Arthur S. Reber (Oxford University Press); reviewed by Jason Tougaw.
Our editor Jon Sutton reviews 'Underland' by Robert Macfarlane.
Sabrina Elasri on a concept album from Korean Pop band BTS.
Deputy Editor Dr Annie Brookman-Byrne watches 'For Folk's Sake: Morris Dancing and Me', on BBC Four.
Us, directed by Jordan Peele, reviewed by Kate Johnstone.
The believers are but brothers, BBC4, reviewed by Monica Lloyd.
Ewan Morrison’s novel Nina X is about a woman who was born and raised in a cult. We asked him about the links between mental health and his art. Includes extract.
Our psychiatric future: The politics of mental health by Nikolas Rose (Polity Press; £17.99); reviewed by Richard Hallam.
Powering Up Children: The Learning Power Approach to Primary Teaching by Guy Claxton & Becky Carlzon (Crown House Publishing; £16.99); reviewed by Marc Smith.
Bodies and Other Objects: The Sensorimotor Foundations of Cognition by Rob Ellis (Cambridge University Press; £85); reviewed by Tom Dickins.
Distress in the City: Racism, fundamentalism and a democratic education by Linden West (Trentham Books; £24.99); reviewed by Mark H. Burton.
Sally Marlow on 'Changing the Face of Autism Research Together'.
Rory O'Connor watches The Son at the Kiln Theatre in London.
The Father, showing at South London Theatre, reviewed by India Megan.