<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
Qatar World Cup: the pressure of penalties 2022-12-17
Why are data so important in determining how we live? 2022-12-10
The World Cup: how many migrant workers have died? 2022-12-03
When do food shortages become a famine? 2022-11-26
A $220 billion World Cup? 2022-11-19
Bonus Episode: Understand the Economy 2022-11-14
Improving the numbers in the news 2022-11-12
Lula’s “zero deforestation” plan for the Amazon 2022-11-05
Can China’s GDP data be trusted? 2022-10-29
Do half of new books really sell fewer than twelve copies? 2022-10-22
Ben Bernanke and the magic of banking 2022-10-15
Catching Chess Cheats with Data 2022-10-08
Teens and antidepressants, stamp duty savings and earthquake probabilities 2022-10-07
NASA’s asteroid collision: how many asteroids are really out there? 2022-10-01
Falling pound, the Queen’s funeral and is 0.5 on the Richter scale a big number? 2022-09-28
Ukraine’s progress in numbers 2022-09-24
Ukraine offensive, weak pound & how much do women really exercise 2022-09-22
How bad is fashion for the environment? 2022-09-17
Energy crisis plan, imperial measures survey, gardens v national parks 2022-09-14
Is a third of Pakistan really under water? 2022-09-10

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