Through choose-your-own-adventure stories, perpetrators of domestic abuse can challenge and understand their behaviour.
Since medieval times, animals have been used by storytellers to teach humans about themselves.
As we get older, our eyesight may dim and our recall may falter. But our linguistic abilities don't seem to erode.
Studios are starting to realize that diverse casts and diverse stories have a massive earning potential.
Sexual violence is a global phenomenon that's been around for centuries.
Writing episodic TV, scriptwriters traditionally work from a principle of having three stories woven together through an episode. These are known as the A story, the B story and the C story.
Stephanie Bishop's latest novel demonstrates a sophisticated approach to the relationship between time and narrative: novelists and aspiring writers would do well to look closely at her achievement.
The Merger draws on the conventions of the sports film to explore and challenge attitudes towards refugees in Australia.
Part memoir, part investigation, Leigh Sales's recent book Any Ordinary Day provides rare insight into the journalistic craft.
It is plausible to suppose that human memories of long-extinct creatures today underpin many stories we have generally regarded as fiction.
How theatre and artwork allowed us to better address severe air pollution.
Numbers alone don't relay the importance of people seeing their own experiences and lives mirrored in popular culture.
How much you become engaged with a story is known as narrative transportation. And the more a story transports you, the more likely you are persuaded to adopt the beliefs espoused within it.
Dystopian fiction is popular, but presenting positive visions of the future in popular culture could help people embrace solutions.
Later animations have told the tale of Peter Rabbit and friends, but none have reflected the power of the original.
A Canada-Iran collaboration uses performance art, storytelling and new media to confront the troubles of global migration and borders.
Long a repressed language, the Scots tongue is experiencing a cultural resurgence thanks to popular drama and storytelling.
We've never needed Oculus Rift to provide immersive experiences – they've been around for as long as we have.
Storytelling has endangered status in UK schools, partly due to a huge emphasis on 'active learning'.
When patients, doctors and nurses have the opportunity to share their experiences of hospital intensive care, the resulting dialogue can be transformative.