Astrid Coxon meets Jonathan A. Smith, recipient of an Honorary Fellowship of the BPS, best known for his development of Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis.
Ian Florance meets Linda Kaye, Chair of the British Psychological Society’s Cyberpsychology Section.
Our editor Jon Sutton hears from Professor Ian Robertson about his new book, plus an extract.
Dr Elin Kelsey introduces some key arguments from her new book.
We hear from psychologist Kimberley Wilson about her radio programme / podcast with Dr Xand van Tulleken.
Ashleigh Johnstone and Joshua Balsters on their moves to Gorilla, the online experiment builder.
Ella Rhodes spoke to three psychologists working to understand and prevent suicide…
Professor Rory O’Connor is Director of the Suicidal Behaviour Research lab at the University of Glasgow, and President of the International Association for Suicide Prevention (the first person from the UK in almost 50 years). Our editor Jon Sutton caught up with him.
Celia Hodent in conversation with Linda Kaye, around the psychology of video games.
Louise Foster has a conversation with her mother about Multiple Sclerosis.

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a lifelong condition which involves damage to the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. The immune system mistakes the myelin (a substance which protects the...

Mark Fox has had a long and distinguished career as an educational psychologist. Ian Florance met him.
We dip into the society member database and pick out Dr Ameera Zumla, Clinical Psychologist at Spire Leicester Hospital.
Sophy Irwin works for NIACRO in Belfast, Northern Ireland, to reduce crime and its impact on people and communities. Here, she talks about a project called Get Real, which is supported by the European Union’s PEACE IV Programme and managed by the Special EU Programme Body. Get Real works with the six strands of hate crime that are recognised in Northern Ireland – racism, faith and religion, homophobia, transphobia, disability, and sectarianism.
‘The Strengths-Based Organization: How to boost inclusivity, wellbeing and performance’ by Emily Hutchinson and Caroline Brown is published by Practical Inspiration Publishing. Deputy Editor Annie Brookman-Byrne asked Emily, who is also our Associate Editor for Books, about the book.
Mya Kirkwood on discovering Occupational Psychology and developing that interest through internships.
Ella Rhodes hears about oesophageal atresia.
Our editor Jon Sutton hears from Suzanne O’Sullivan about her new book, The Sleeping Beauties and Other Stories of Mystery Illness (Pan Macmillan).
Sian Carr with a reflective account of running psychology groups on inpatient units.
Lee Jones discusses Charles Bonnet Syndrome, and lockdowns, with Keith Valentine and Judith Potts.
Our editor Jon Sutton has another Covid-19 conversation with Dr Rowena Hill (Nottingham Trent University).
Ian Florance talked to Amanda Gatherer, Chief Psychologist at Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust, who also works as a Consultant Clinical Psychologist with elite athletes.
Our editor Jon Sutton hears from Naomi Fisher about self-directed education and her new book.
Sahil Suleman is a consultant clinical psychologist and lead for Macmillan Cancer Psychological Support team at St George’s Hospital in London. Our editor Jon Sutton caught up with him from lockdown…
Ian Florance hears about Assistant Psychologist roles and more from Liam Myles.
We dip into the Society member database and pick out Dr Mohammadrasool Yadegarfard, counselling psychologist at Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust. With online extras.