Professor of Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. Includes web-only extras.

S. Craig Roberts and John E. Lycett introduce us to some graduates from the MSc in Evolutionary Psychology at the University of Liverpool

Professor of Psychology at Birkbeck University of London

 Frank Tallis on life as a clinical psychologist and novelist

Emeritus Professor of Psychology at the University of Bath and Visiting Professor, Harvard Graduate School of Education and University of Exeter

Juliet Whitehead on life as a trainee educational psychologist

Director, Centre for Family Research, University of Cambridge

Jon Sutton talks to Jim Horne, Director of the Sleep Research Centre at Loughborough University, about a varied and productive career

Allan Hobson, one of the pioneers in the field of what sleep and dreaming are ‘for’, talks to Jon Sutton

Including an interview with Dame Joan Harbison; featured job; Getting that assistant psychologist post; and mentoring schemes

Professor Emeritus at the University of Michigan

Clinical psychologist and writer.

Ian Florance talks to Gesthimani (Manya) Merodoulaki about her views on the role and practice of counselling psychology

With Ray Bull, Professor of Forensic Psychology at the University of Leicester

Ian Florance talks to Claudia Hammond about how she has put her background in academic psychology to good use in her broadcasting career

Ian Florance talks to Peter Spencer about yoga, chronic fatigue and more

Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Plymouth

Ian Florance talks to Iya Whiteley, a Human Factors Consultant at SEA Group Ltd

Daniel Everett has spent his career in the Amazon, challenging some fundamental ideas about language and thought. Asifa Majid and Jon Sutton pose the questions

Craig Ward on his move from a psychology degree into the law

Carol Tavris American social psychologist and author

Ian Florance talks to Charles Bethell-Fox, Deputy Managing Director of Personnel Decisions International (UK)

Adam Danquah had personal and professional reasons for working as a clinical psychologist in Ghana. Splitting his practice between the UK and Ghana has given him insights into the role of psychology in two very different societies.

Director of the Committee on the Human Dimensions of Global Change, the National Research Council, Washington DC

Ian Florance talks to Funké Baffour about a varied career and her work to communicate psychology to a wide audience