Evan presents a discussion series exploring key lessons to learn from the coronavirus pandemic, a year after the eruption of the crisis in the UK.
Evan gets to the heart of drug use in Britain today in a special extended discussion programme.
Has taking offence and victimhood gone too far? Are our experts and elites to be trusted? Is understanding the world through the term ‘patriarchy’ useful? Evan presents a series in which he looks for reasonable ways to address the most divisive of issues.
Drawing on behavioural science, economics, psychology and his knowledge of the media, Evan sets out to explore the surprising logic of the bullshit we encounter. He ends by providing readers with a tool-kit to handle the kinds of deceptions we encounter every day, and charts a route through the muddy waters of the post-truth age.
A two-part series exploring the polarising forces behind the divergent economic performance of the London and south-east regions as compared with the rest of the UK. Evan examines the case for increased investment in the east-west M62 corridor to create a city-region that could rival London’s gravitational pull.
The first programme takes a sympathetic look at the case for increasing the proportion of our economy devoted to infrastructure. The second programme suggests that we are in a better position to invest in infrastructure than we have been for many years, as we have improved our record at delivering large scale construction projects.
A three part BBC2 series that first aired in June 2011
A special edition of Panorama broadcast in June 2011
In this eye-opening programme, two reporters (Shoaib Sharifi and Kassim Kayira) traced the routes followed migrants attempting to enter Britain illegally. You can read Evan’s blog on the programme here.
A three part BBC2 series that first aired in the Spring of 2011
Each episode took a close look at a number of stories of business disasters. Click here to read Evan’s thoughts on the programme at the time.