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Long: Housing minister Rachel Maclean claimed the government has built a record number of social rent homes. Tim and the team investigate. Following Lucy Letby’s conviction, we look at how sentences for murder have changed over the past few decades. ... more
How can we navigate our lives in a more efficient and satisfactory way? It’s a question Professor David Sumpter is looking to answer in his new book, Four Ways of Thinking. He talks to Tim Harford about four different approaches to our day to day cha... more
A BBC report quoted a study that said 1 in 4 men and 1 in 5 women in the UK will get skin cancer in their lifetime. Tim Harford and the team look into the detail. Also London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan said London’s average rent will hit £2,700 a month next ... more
Used to be good, increasingly less so. more
You did miss out on the central question re natural gas- will there be a world where it is not part of the energy solution- not by 2030, I doubt by 2050 so the question is do we need the supply not if it is polluting. A side from this, more
An essential guide to fact checking numbers, especially those spouted by politicians. My only gripe is the scripted banter and unnecessary sound effects which somewhat dumbs down the programme.
More or Less is always informative and interesting and another i - well I can’t think of one - but rest assured the dulcet tones of Tim and team will set you on the path to rightness and righteousness. Love it and cherish it.
Like other bbc podcasts it is becoming a bit like overwhelmed with adverts.
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More or Less: Behind the Stats launched 16 years ago and published 303 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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