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A New Conversation20190315

Will children of the digital revolution tackle denialism differently? With Isabel Hardman

Isabel Hardman investigates our capacity to deny what's in front of us.

A Warm Winter20190311

From credit cards to climate change, we bury our heads in the sand. Isabel Hardman explores our capacity to deny what's in front of us. The idea of being "in denial" is well known to psychologists. But how does it operate at a community level? The series begins in Norway, with a town where the response to the obvious impact of climate change was...silence.

Producer: Chris Ledgard

From credit cards to climate change, we turn a blind eye. Isabel Hardman asks why.

Isabel Hardman investigates our capacity to deny what's in front of us.

Knowing and Not Knowing20190313

We deceive ourselves all the time. Why? Isabel Hardman explores the roots of denial.

Isabel Hardman investigates our capacity to deny what's in front of us.

The Threat of Progress20190312

Would you get in a driverless car? Isabel Hardman explores our troubled faith in science and asks why we are so quick to question data and evidence, even when they seem clear. And are we ready for an era that will see the rise of artificial intelligence, among other technological advancements?

Producer: Chris Ledgard

Would you get in a driverless car? Isabel Hardman explores our troubled faith in science

Isabel Hardman investigates our capacity to deny what's in front of us.

Two Tribes20190314

Is it right to call someone a 'denier'? Isabel Hardman asks why debates get so polarised.

Isabel Hardman investigates our capacity to deny what's in front of us.