Tim Harford and the More or Less team try to make sense of the statistics which surround us. From BBC Radio 4


Title Date published
Covid curve queried, false positives, and the Queen’s head 2020-09-23
The magical maths of pool testing 2020-09-19
Covid testing capacity, refugee numbers, and mascara 2020-09-16
Covid cases rising, a guide to life’s risks, and racing jelly-fish 2020-09-09
Schools and coronavirus, test and trace, maths and reality 2020-09-02
Covid plasma therapy 2020-08-26
A-level algorithms, poker and buses 2020-08-19
Belarus’ contested election 2020-08-15
Hawaiian Pizza, obesity and a second wave? 2020-08-12
Melting Antarctic ice 2020-08-08
Covid in Africa 2020-08-01
Data in the time of cholera 2020-07-25
Covid misconceptions and US deaths 2020-07-18
Sweden’s lockdown lite 2020-07-11
Why Trump is wrong about the USA’s coronavirus case comeback 2020-07-04
Why did the UK have such a bad Covid-19 epidemic? 2020-07-01
A new Covid-19 drug and a second wave 2020-06-27
Child Poverty, School Inequality and a Second Wave 2020-06-24
Who Should be Quarantined? 2020-06-20
Quarantine, Test and Trace and BODMAS 2020-06-17

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