Here is a list of programmes featured in the January - February 2005 series of BBC Radio 4's More or Less.
You can listen to individual programmes by clicking on "Listen to the programme" or find out further information by clicking "Read more".
17 February, 2005
We examined the evidence surrounding the safety of 4x4's and ask what factors determine whether drug research gets published?
10 February, 2005
We examined whether it is possible to use statistics to determine what is human. Plus, the economic effects of flexible working.
27 January, 2005
We looked at the numbers behind the immigration debate. Plus, are some sectors of the UK more productive than others? And the dangers of a mean average.
20 January, 2005
Would giving children an annual flu vaccine, reduce the number of premature deaths from the disease in the elderly? We investigated the statistics. Plus, we looked at developing world debt and the real financial cost of smoking.
13 January, 2005
We looked at a paternity, how new figures for Aids cases in South Africa are facing claims of exaggeration and went behind the latest study surrounding the safety of mobile phones.