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
WS More or Less: Diet Coke Habit; 'Contained' Wildfires 2017-12-18
WS More or Less: Does Eating Chocolate Make Your Brain Younger? 2017-12-11
WS More or Less: Just how lucky are regular lottery winners? 2017-12-04
WS More or Less: How Rich was Jane Austen’s Mr Darcy? 2017-11-26
How expensive is Italy's World Cup failure? 2017-11-17
WS More or Less: Why Albums are Getting Longer 2017-11-12
WS More or Less: Do Nigerian lawmakers get $1.7m and do Yams cause twins? 2017-11-05
WS More or Less: Novelists in numbers 2017-10-30
WS More or Less: Are US millennials more politically engaged online? 2017-10-20
How Richard Thaler changed Economics 2017-10-13
WS More or Less: Kilobyte to Brontobyte 2017-10-10
WS More or Less: Big polluters - ships versus cars 2017-10-02
Uber; EU passports; counting domestic violence 2017-09-29
WS More or Less: Sperm - Are we going extinct? 2017-09-25
Statistics abuse, tuition fees and beer in 1887 2017-09-22
WS More or Less: How to measure a Hurricane 2017-09-15
Are Natural Disasters on the Rise? 2017-09-15
WS More or Less: More Horses than Tanks? 2017-09-11
Electric cars, school-ready and feedback 2017-09-08
One in 500 Year Storm 2017-09-04

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