Dr Kevin Cheng watches American Factory (Directors: Julia Reichert, Steven Bognar).
Agrippina, an opera by Handel, was broadcast live from the Metropolitan Opera on 29 February. Terri Apter (University of Cambridge) considers what the character of this tiger mother tells us about mothers and their sons.
Gabriel Taylor watches How to Get Away with Murder on ABC.
The Rehabilitation of Sexual Offenders: Complexity, Risk and Desistance by Jackie Craissati (Routledge; £25.99), reviewed by Anna Motz.
Our editor Jon Sutton visits Van Gogh - The Immersive Exhibition.
Critical Realism for Psychologists (Routledge; £34.99) by David Pilgrim, reviewed by Jason Nickels.
Hugo Metcalfe watches Panorama’s ‘Failed by the NHS: Callie’s Story’.
Nguyễn Minh Phương watches Adam Kay's show 'This is Going to Hurt’.
Georgia Jerwood visits Genders: Shaping and Breaking the Binary, at Science Gallery London.
John Barry (University College London) visits 'Masculinities: Liberation through Photography' at the Barbican in London.
How to argue with a racist: History, science, race and reality by Adam Rutherford (Weidenfeld & Nicolson; £12.99), reviewed by Annie Brookman-Byrne.
Almas Talib watches the Oscar-winning 'Parasite'.
Advertising, gender and society: A psychological perspective (Routledge; £34.99) by Magdalena Zawisza-Riley, reviewed by Deborah Adeleke.
Dr Flora Cornish reflects on a critical reading and dialogue group led by Dr Deanne Bell at the 2019 Festival of Community Psychology.
Sally Marlow watches the film The Lighthouse directed by Robert Eggers.
Dr Adam Freeman visits an exhibition at The Lowry in Salford Quays. Where technology and biology meet, does art naturally grow?
Dr Jeremy Swinson watches The Personal History of David Copperfield, directed by Armando Iannucci.
Jean-Phylippe Provencher reviews Lucifer on Netflix.
Harry Clark listens to 'The Life Scientific' with Peter Fonagy.
Claire Birch watches Losing It: Our Mental Health Emergency.
Laura Oxley watches the film ‘Exhibition on Screen: Lucian Freud – A self-portrait’.
Hannah Coulstock watches 'Innocent Witness'.
Shameema Yousuf, Sport Psychologist and CMPC at Empower2Perform, watches 'Andy Murray: Resurfacing'.
Sabine Topf visits Eco-Visionaries, an exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts.
The Lies That Bind: Rethinking Identity by Kwame Anthony Appiah (Profile Books; £14.99) reviewed by Meltem Osman.