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The Happiness Formula

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2009-01-23 22:35:00
Mark Easton investigates happiness. There's evidence that happiness makes us more resilient, now that we can measure it, should we be trying to increase it?

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2008-09-28 23:20:00
Mark Easton looks back to the golden age of the 1950s where people looked after their neighbours and you could leave the doors open.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2008-09-28 22:20:00
Mark Easton looks back to the golden age of the 1950s where people looked after their neighbours and you could leave the doors open.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2008-07-28 15:05:00
Mark Easton delves deeper into the practical formula of happiness. Social relationships, religion, meaning in your life and marriage are good; children, apparently, are not!

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2008-07-28 14:15:00
Mark Easton investigates happiness. There's evidence that happiness makes us more resilient, now that we can measure it, should we be trying to increase it?

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2008-07-28 14:05:00
Mark Easton delves deeper into the practical formula of happiness. Social relationships, religion, meaning in your life and marriage are good; children, apparently, are not!

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2008-07-28 13:15:00
Mark Easton investigates happiness. There's evidence that happiness makes us more resilient, now that we can measure it, should we be trying to increase it?

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2008-06-02 13:45:00
Mark Easton looks back to the golden age of the 1950s where people looked after their neighbours and you could leave the doors open.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2008-06-02 12:45:00
Mark Easton looks back to the golden age of the 1950s where people looked after their neighbours and you could leave the doors open.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC Two at 2008-03-06 23:20:00
Mark Easton delves deeper into the practical formula of happiness. Social relationships, religion, meaning in your life and marriage are good; children, apparently, are not!

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2008-02-11 21:00:00
For years we've been told that diet and exercise are the key to a long and healthy life. But now it seems that we may have missed out a vital component: happiness.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC Two at 2007-12-27 09:25:00
For years we've been told that diet and exercise are the key to a long and healthy life. But now it seems that we may have missed out a vital component: happiness.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2007-11-28 22:40:00
Mark Easton looks back to the golden age of the 1950s where people looked after their neighbours and you could leave the doors open.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2006-11-27 22:00:00
Mark Easton looks back to the golden age of the 1950s where people looked after their neighbours and you could leave the doors open.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2006-11-19 20:00:00
For years we've been told that diet and exercise are the key to a long and healthy life. But now it seems that we may have missed out a vital component: happiness.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2006-10-23 01:15:00
Mark Easton delves deeper into the practical formula of happiness. Social relationships, religion, meaning in your life and marriage are good; children, apparently, are not!

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2006-10-23 00:15:00
Mark Easton delves deeper into the practical formula of happiness. Social relationships, religion, meaning in your life and marriage are good; children, apparently, are not!

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2006-10-22 20:00:00
Mark Easton investigates happiness. There's evidence that happiness makes us more resilient, now that we can measure it, should we be trying to increase it?

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2006-10-22 19:00:00
Mark Easton investigates happiness. There's evidence that happiness makes us more resilient, now that we can measure it, should we be trying to increase it?

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2006-07-11 02:55:00
Mark Easton looks back to the golden age of the 1950s where people looked after their neighbours and you could leave the doors open.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2006-07-03 03:25:00
For years we've been told that diet and exercise are the key to a long and healthy life. But now it seems that we may have missed out a vital component: happiness.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2006-07-03 02:25:00
For years we've been told that diet and exercise are the key to a long and healthy life. But now it seems that we may have missed out a vital component: happiness.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2006-06-28 03:55:00
For years we've been told that diet and exercise are the key to a long and healthy life. But now it seems that we may have missed out a vital component: happiness.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2006-06-28 02:55:00
For years we've been told that diet and exercise are the key to a long and healthy life. But now it seems that we may have missed out a vital component: happiness.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2006-06-25 03:50:00
Research shows that as a society we've become much richer since the 1950s, but not much happier. And if money can't make us happy, what about buying things? Mark Easton investigates.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2006-06-25 03:45:00
Research shows that as a society we've become much richer since the 1950s, but not much happier. And if money can't make us happy, what about buying things? Mark Easton investigates.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2006-06-21 04:10:00
Mark Easton delves deeper into the practical formula of happiness. Social relationships, religion, meaning in your life and marriage are good; children, apparently, are not!

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2006-06-10 04:10:00
Mark Easton delves deeper into the practical formula of happiness. Social relationships, religion, meaning in your life and marriage are good; children, apparently, are not!

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2006-06-10 03:40:00
Mark Easton investigates happiness. There's evidence that happiness makes us more resilient, now that we can measure it, should we be trying to increase it?

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2006-06-10 03:10:00
Mark Easton delves deeper into the practical formula of happiness. Social relationships, religion, meaning in your life and marriage are good; children, apparently, are not!

> The Happiness Formula on BBC One at 2006-06-10 02:40:00
Mark Easton investigates happiness. There's evidence that happiness makes us more resilient, now that we can measure it, should we be trying to increase it?

> The Happiness Formula on BBC Two at 2006-06-07 19:00:00
Technology promises happiness at the flick of a switch. But labour saving devices and technological advances have not delivered. Mark Easton goes in search of the elusive recipe for happiness.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC Two at 2006-06-07 18:00:00
Technology promises happiness at the flick of a switch. But labour saving devices and technological advances have not delivered. Mark Easton goes in search of the elusive recipe for happiness.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC Two at 2006-05-31 19:00:00
A golden age where people looked after their neighbours and you could leave the doors open. It may seem a myth, but modern research into happiness shows that things were better in the 1950s.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC Two at 2006-05-24 19:00:00
For years we've been told that diet and exercise are the key to a long and healthy life. But now it seems that we may have missed out a vital component: happiness.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC Two at 2006-05-24 18:00:00
For years we've been told that diet and exercise are the key to a long and healthy life. But now it seems that we may have missed out a vital component: happiness.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC Two at 2006-05-17 19:00:00
Research shows that as a society we've become much richer since the 1950s, but not much happier. And if money can't make us happy, what about buying things? Mark Easton investigates.

> The Happiness Formula on BBC Two at 2006-05-10 19:00:00
Mark Easton delves deeper into the practical formula of happiness. Social relationships, religion, meaning in your life and marriage are good; children, apparently, are not!

> The Happiness Formula on BBC Two at 2006-05-10 18:00:00
Mark Easton delves deeper into the practical formula of happiness. Social relationships, religion, meaning in your life and marriage are good; children, apparently, are not!

> The Happiness Formula on BBC Two at 2006-05-03 19:00:00
Mark Easton investigates happiness. There's evidence that happiness makes us more resilient, now that we can measure it, should we be trying to increase it?

> The Happiness Formula on BBC Two at 2006-05-03 18:00:00
Mark Easton investigates happiness. There's evidence that happiness makes us more resilient, now that we can measure it, should we be trying to increase it?

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