Sarah Cleaver reviews the first part of 'Employable Me', from the BBC.
We sought views on new BBC autism drama 'The A Word'; from Graham Findlay, whose son has ASD, and Jonathan Andrews, an autistic self-advocate.
Kate Johnstone reviews Anomalisa.
Huw Green reviews a new film with the tagline 'Her brain is broken. Her spirit is limitless.'
Dr Ciarán O’Keeffe reviews the return of The X-Files on Channel 5.
Sarah Smith reviews 'The Man Without a Shadow' by Joyce Carol Oates.
Kate Johnstone reviews 'The not so secret life of the manic depressive', part of the BBC's 'In the Mind' series.
Michelle Cree reflects on BBC One’s 'My Baby, Psychosis, and Me', part of the 'In the Mind' series.
Jenny Doe reviews the 'States of Mind' exhibition at the Wellcome Collection in London.
Deborah Husbands reviews two events from the Southbank Centre's 'Changing Minds' festival.
Including 'Anxious' by Joseph LeDoux.
Colin Cooper's book, reviewed.
Kate Johnstone reviews 'Oog', an offering from the London International Mime Festival.
Image by George Harding. Words by Victoria Tischler. Review by Kate Johnstone.
Tina McGuff reviews BBC Radio 4's 'Rethinking anorexia nervosa'.
Sally Marlow reviews 'Dark Circus' in the London International Mime Festival at the Barbican.
Professor Bruce Hood (University of Bristol) views the first two episodes of 'The Brain With David Eagleman'.
Our editor Jon Sutton with a non-review of The Revenant.
Kate Johnstone (Associate Editor, Reviews) on 'Room', the new Canadian-Irish drama film directed by Lenny Abrahamson and written by Emma Donoghue.
A review of Nancy Tucker's book.
Kate Williams reviews the new book from Ruby Wax - and we publish an exclusive extract.
Two books reviewed in our January 2016 issue.