Violent images on BBC News
How does the BBC decide on the use of violent and graphic images like those showing a chemical attack in Syria? Have its principles changed over the years?
Connecting Communities conference
There has often been a tense relationship between mainstream and community media. So how can they begin to work together locally, globally and culturally?
Data Journalism Day: Holding power to account
An event focusing on how data journalism is helping investigative reporters all over the world to break major stories and attempt to hold power to account
Reporting Iran: Robin Lustig, James Reynolds and Sadeq Saba
What’s the background detail on the big stories coming out of Iran? What are the key issues BBC journalists need to be aware of? Find out in this video briefing with the BBC specialists
Reflections series at the Frontline Club
In ‘Reflections’, respected journalists talk about their career, what motivates them and the people who have inspired them - and take a look back at some of their best work
Reporting Europe: Gavin Hewitt and Philippa Thomas
There is so much more to the European Union than summits and budgets, as BBC Europe editor Gavin Hewitt explained at this event
Understanding public's economic concerns
What do BBC audiences think about its coverage of the economy? Find out what research tells us about the things people are interested in
War and spin: Allan Little, James Rodgers, Kim Sengupta
Two experienced war reporters talk to special correspondent Allan Little about the way PR is used to influence international opinion in modern conflicts