Bernie Graham visits The Holocaust Galleries at the Imperial War Museum.
Priya Ahmed reviews 'House of Secrets: The Burari Deaths' on Netflix UK. This review includes spoilers and a sensitive issue.
Dr Tara Quinn-Cirillo reviews The Lost Daughter (Netflix, 2021), with spoilers.
Rosie Chandler-Wilde watches You on Netflix
When they came for me: The hidden diary of an apartheid prisoner by John R. Schlapobersky, reviewed by Dr Libby Nugent.
Stories Changing Lives: Narratives and Paths towards Social Change Edited by Corinne Squire (Oxford, University Press), reviewed by Kesi Mahendran, Sue Nieland, Anthony English and Nicola Magnusson all within the Public Dialogue Psychology Collaboratory, Open Psychology Research Centre, The Open University.
Dr Marianne Trent watches Maid on Netflix.
Hannah Piekarz watches Loki on Disney+.
Mark Zarwi watches 'Pig', directed by Michael Sarnoski.
Bi The Way: The bisexual guide to life, by Lois Shearing (Jessica Kingsley Publishers), reviewed Thomas York.

Bi culture is the culture of being hated and rejected by both the ‘normal’ heterosexual world and LGBT community yet still fighting for fighting for the rights and prosperity of all... - Anonymous...

The New World of Work: Shaping a future that helps people, organizations and our societies to thrive, by Peter Cheese (Kogan Page), reviewed by Emily Hutchinson.
A Treasure Box for Creating Trauma-Informed Organizations, by Karen Treisman (Jessica Kingsley Publishers), reviewed by Dr Jo Kirk.
Kate Johnstone on 'A Show for Normal People' and 'Alma's Not Normal'.
Priya Ahmed watches the Netflix sensation, 'Squid Game'.
Dr Drusilla Joseph reviews Scenes from a Marriage on Sky Atlantic.
'I Ride Tsunami' by Arthur P. Johnson (Independent Publisher Network; £6.99), reviewed by Rosie Chandler-Wilde.
'The Painful Truth: The new science of why we hurt and how we can heal', by Monty Lyman (Bantam Press; £20), reviewed by Talia Drew.
Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgment by Daniel Kahneman, Olivier Sibony and Cass R. Sunstein (William Collins); reviewed by Aruna Sankaranarayanan.
Where the River Meets the Sea by Sergio Roveri at the Bridewell Theatre in London, Reviewed by Aisha Walker.
Chris Cocking, social psychologist and crowd behaviour expert at the University of Brighton, and Kate Johnstone, associate editor for Culture, consider their first live music experiences in the post-pandemic environment.
Derrière Les Fronts by Alexandra Dols, reviewed by Dr Alan Kessedjian.
My Intense Emotions Handbook: Manage Your Emotions and Connect Better with Others (Jessica Kingsley Publishers) by Sue Knowles, Bridie Gallagher, and Hannah Bromley; reviewed by Jo Kirk.
Clara Clein Wolfe enjoys No Time To Die.
Our editor Jon Sutton watches 'Oliver Sacks: His Own Life', directed by Ric Burns and released on Altitude Films.
'The Frontiers of Knowledge: What We Now Know About Science, History and The Mind' (Viking) by A.C. Grayling, reviewed by Galen Ives.