Marc Scully (Loughborough University) reviews the British Museum's exhibition 'Celts: Art and Identity'.
Dr Oliver Sindall reflects on BBC2’s ‘The Truth about Child Sexual Abuse’.
Kate Johnstone reviews Patrick Marmion's new play 'The Divided Laing'.
Kate Johnstone (Associate Editor for Reviews) on 'Beasts of no Nation'.
Are links evident between Floating Points’ neuroscience background and his album Elaenia?
Books from the December issue (including web-only).
Dr Jeremy Swinson on a film directed by Bill Pohlid.
Kate Johnstone (UCL) reviews the new Bond film Spectre.
Felicity Caryer (Assistant Psychologist working with Older People) reviews The Father, at Delfont Macintosh Theatre – Wyndham’s Theatre.
Jenny Doe reviews 'The Brain Show', from Robert Newman, plus a Q+A.
Editor Jon Sutton reflects on BBC3's 'Professor Green: Suicide and me'.
Dr Victoria Tischler reviews 'Mental - the vacuum cleaner' at the Freud Museum, 29 September 2015.
Professor Louise Higgins reviews Ai WeiWei's exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts.
Books from our November issue.
Kate Johnstone reviews a Martin McDonagh play from the Royal Court Theatre.
Jon Sutton reviews 'The Secret Footballer: Access All Areas'; plus exclusive extract.
Dr Nigel Hunt (University of Nottingham) reviews the new film version of Macbeth.
Andrew Clements provides an organisational psychology perspective on the blockbuster film Jurassic World.
Jon Sutton reports from the Science Museum's 'Cosmonauts' exhibition.
Books from our October issue, including Oliver Sacks' memoir.
Lynsey Gozna and Julian Boon review Banksy's Dismaland, Weston-Super-Mare.
Jon Sutton reviews the BBC Horizon programme.
Kate Johnstone reviews a documentary directed by Alex Gibney, 'Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief'.
Kate Johnstone reviews A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara (published by Picador), shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize.
Kate Johnstone reviews 'How to have a better brain' on BBC Radio 4.