<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
Jubilee costs, fuel poverty and imperial measures 2022-06-01
Noisy Decisions 2022-05-28
Germany’s excess deaths, Eurovision and teacher shortages 2022-05-25
Are just 100 companies responsible for 71% of global emissions and how stressed are South Africans? 2022-05-21
Did the WHO get some of its excess death estimates wrong? 2022-05-14
Have the oceans become 30% more acidic? 2022-05-07
Sweden’s polarising pandemic response 2022-04-30
Understanding India through Data 2022-04-23
Subitising and simplifying: how to better explain numbers 2022-04-15
Did tea-drinking cut deaths in the Industrial Revolution? 2022-04-09
Will the war in Ukraine cause a global wheat shortage? 2022-04-02
Pizza and Nuclear War 2022-03-20
Does the UK take in more refugees than other European countries? 2022-03-13
Numbers in Ukraine and low seas in Chagos 2022-03-06
Troop and Casualty Numbers in Ukraine 2022-03-02
Did lockdowns save any lives? 2022-02-27
Vaccinating children, lockdowns, and ebikes 2022-02-23
Hospitalisation rates for children with Covid 2022-02-20
Questioning claims about Covid and children 2022-02-16
Testosterone and sport 2022-02-13

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