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


Title Date published
World Service: Africa GDP & Royal twins 2012-12-10
Radio 4: Royal Twins & Autumn Statement 2012-12-07
More or Less: How reliable is Kevin Pietersen? 2012-12-03
More or Less: Opinion polling, Kevin Pietersen, and stacking Lego 2012-11-30
Fergie Time 2012-11-26
Ash Die Back and Fergie Time 2012-11-23
Brain Food and Bacteria 2012-11-19
Voodoo polling? Predicting the US election 2012-11-12
Is America’s conviction rate really 99.5%? 2012-11-05
Predicting L'Aquila Earthquake: is it right to blame the scientists? 2012-10-29
Life-saving economics 2012-10-22
Predicting the global population 2012-10-15
Predicting the Presidency 2012-10-08
Plenty more fish in the sea? 2012-10-01
Factchecking America 2012-09-24
Investigating crime statistics 2012-09-17
Where are the Paralympics Medals? 2012-09-10
How to explain infinity to a 4-year-old 2012-09-03
Are African leaders more likely to die in office? 2012-08-27
Levelling the statistical playing field 2012-08-20

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