'White Fragility: Why it’s so hard for white people to talk about racism' by Robin DiAngelo (Beacon Press), reviewed by Corinne Gurvitz.
Emily Hutchinson reflects on her work improving safety in organisations, and reviews two relevant books.
Terry Birchmore reviews 'Mind Kind – Your Child's Mental Health' by Joanna North.
Kevin Cheng watches films on the theme of outbreaks and epidemics.
Freya McCaie listens in to On Being.
Ruth Borgfjord watches Feel Good.
Jeremy Swinson watches JoJo Rabbit.
Nick Wood watches Noughts + Crosses.
Annie Brookman-Byrne watches the play Run Sister Run.
Chrissie Fitch MBPsS attends opening night of one-woman comedy musical ‘Lovecraft (Not the Sex Shop in Cardiff)’ at the Soho Theatre in London.
This particular happiness by Jackie Shannon Hollis (Forest Avenue Press) reviewed by Jean Ellis-Parr.
Drop the Disorder: Challenging the Culture of Psychiatric Diagnosis by Jo Watson (PCCS Books; £18.00), reviewed by Rebecca Regler.
The Art of Statistics by David Spiegelhalter (Pelican Books), reviewed by Marcus Munafò.
Abreen Rebello listens to Forest 404 by BBC Sounds.
Isobel Todd watches In Loco Parentis, Vincent Dance Theatre, at the Connaught Theatre, Worthing.
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.