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Zoe Quinn

Game developer Zoe Quinn on how her game "Depression Quest" brought a torrent of harassment and abuse to her doorstep. She tells Anne about the steps she took to protect herself, and why she's still optimistic about the potential for living and working online.

Women online, under attack

Facing the costs to being a victim of online harassment, where’s the law when you need it?

Black hole

Researchers revisit the controversial but potentially life-changing treatment first explored in the 1960s.

jet engine
Air Dates:
  • March 16, 2017

We talk to two experts who think about the role empathy can play in tackling big problems.

AYELET WALDMAN

How taking microdoses of LSD for a month helped her find a calm she hadn’t known for years.

Black hole

Psychedelic drugs show remarkable promise for treating addiction and end-of-life anxiety.

deep blue

Katherine MacLean describes her work as a skilled guide to a psychedelic trip. 

trippy mountain

Desperate for help with his PTSD, Dan Kasza took a strange brew of frog venom and ayahuasca.

the face of god

Can psychedelics help you find God? Clinical psychologist Bill Richards thinks so. 

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