The podcast from the RSA investigating the political and cultural forces driving us further apart. Presented by the RSA's Matthew Taylor and the author of 'Born Liars' and 'Curious', Ian Leslie.
Have feelings taken over the world? Have we lost our collective grip on rationality? And what can a panic about nothing at Oxford Circus last year tell us about our relationship with the truth?
With author of 'Nervous States', William Davies.
Plus a recommendation for another podcast (because we're generous like that) about social network theory.
Produced by James Shield.
Brought to you by the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce).
Anger is all the rage in our politics, but is anger itself the problem? With Claire Fox.
Is it really true that we all live in our own echo chambers? With Sílvia Majó-Vázquez.
Are economic divides to blame for everything else that’s broken in our society? With Faiza Shaheen and Lauren Greenfield.
Has the dark side of the internet hijacked the White House? With Whitney Phillips.
Can companies like Cambridge Analytica really swing elections and referendums? With Chris Sumner and Martin Moore.
Have we become a nation of two tribes – liberals vs authoritarians? With political sociologist Paula Surridge.
The RSA's Matthew Taylor and the author of 'Born Liars' and 'Curious', Ian Leslie, investigate the forces driving us further apart.