Dr Anthony Martyr watches Grandad, Dementia and Me.
Dr Erminia Colucci and colleagues watch 'Anatomy of a Suicide'.
Our editor Jon Sutton is hugely impressed by a new play at Manchester International Festival.
Writing, grief and job interviews.
Mark Andrews (Nottingham Trent University) reviews The Seven Deadly Sins of Psychology: A Manifesto for Reforming the Culture of Scientific Practice by Chris Chambers.
Dr Joan Freeman reviews the film, directed by Marc Webb.
Tess van Leeuwen reviews the new Wonder Woman movie.
Craig Harper reviews Graham Towl and David Crighton's 'Suicide in prisons: Prisoners’ lives matter'.
Comparative psychology, systematic reviews, psychometric testing and Captain America vs Iron Man!
Dr Jan Smith, a Trainee Psychologist, reviews the online BBC Three documentary.
Udita Iyengar reports from 'Oxytocin: Birthing the World', at the Royal College of Art.
'Mr A Moves in Mysterious Ways: Selected Artists from the Adamson Collection', at the Peltz Gallery, Birkbeck School of Arts.
Rebecca Hill on A Time to Live
Dr Sally Marlow is not impressed by 'Obsession' at the Barbican.
Rachelle Dawson (a Graduate Research Assistant) reviews Calm Harm and Self-Heal.
Victoria Tinker (an Assistant Psychologist with Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust) on the BBC's Mind Over Marathon.
A review of Certain Women, a new film directed by Kelly Reichardt.
A new documentary on mental health and the LGBT+ community, from King's College London.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time. Theatre Royal, Nottingham (Director: Marianne Elliott); reviewed by Stacey A. Bedwell.
Pamela Jacobsen emerges well rested from sleeping with the fishes: experiencing Max Richter's 'Sleep' at Old Billingsgate, London.
Kawthar Alli visits 'Hearing Voices: Suffering, Inspiration and the Everyday', an exhibition at Palace Green Library, Durham.
Lucy Johnstone reviews BBC Horizon's 'Why did I go mad?'
Simon Goodman reviews an unusual dramatic take on the 'refugee crisis'.
Dr Sally Marlow listens to the 'Who Cares? What's the Point?' podcast from psychologist Dr Sarb Johal.
Two reactions to the Netflix series '13 Reasons Why'; firstly from Madeleine Pownall, and then Eirian Kerry.