<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
Troubled families and unneutered cats. (R4) 2012-05-17
Trouble on the Greek railways (WS) 2012-05-14
Are CEOs worth it? (R4) 2012-05-11
A grand economic experiment? (WS) 2012-05-04
Austerity, border queues and bank holidays (R4) 2012-05-04
The formula that changed the world 2012-04-27
The formula that changed the world 2012-04-27
20 Apr 12 2012-04-20
20 Apr 12 2012-04-20
Eurostats - True or False? 2012-04-13
Stamp prices and the first maths book 2012-04-06
Do big football clubs win more penalties? 2012-03-30
What is the world average salary? 2012-03-23
Red meat death risk? 2012-03-16
Is Apple worth more than Poland? 2012-03-09
Less than a dollar a day 2012-03-02
Syria poll and Europe’s work hours 2012-02-24
Cybermetrics and Groundhog Day 2012-02-17
Measuring famine 2012-02-10
More alive than dead? 2012-02-03

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