What the Papers Say

What the Papers Say

What The Papers Say takes a look at how the broadsheets and red tops treat the week's news.

  • Updated:
    Weekly
  • Episodes available for:
    30 Days help

Subscribe for free

Subscribe to this podcast and automatically receive the latest episodes.

More help with subscribing

Recent episodes (4)

  • 13 Apr 14 with Michael Deacon of the Telegraph

    Sun, 13 Apr 14

    Duration:
    15 mins

    Available:
    27 days remaining

    Michael Deacon of the Telegraph looks at how newspapers covered the week’s stories, including the saga of Maria Miller, Prince George’s visit Down Under, and what to do when bulls attack.

    Download 7MB (right click & "save target as / link as")

  • 6 Apr 14 with Caroline Daniel

    Sun, 6 Apr 14

    Duration:
    15 mins

    Available:
    20 days remaining

    Caroline Daniel of the FT looks at how newspapers covered the weeks big stories, including smog, the Clegg-Farage EU debate and the paintings of George Bush.

    Download 7MB (right click & "save target as / link as")

  • 30 Mar 14 with Ian Burrell

    Sun, 30 Mar 14

    Duration:
    15 mins

    Available:
    13 days remaining

    Ian Burrell of the Independent looks at how the papers covered the week’s big stories, including the first bout of Nick Clegg vs Nigel Farage, the ‘conscious uncoupling’ of Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin and the UK’s first gay marriages.

    Download 7MB (right click & "save target as / link as")

  • 23 Mar 14 with Iain Martin

    Sun, 23 Mar 14

    Duration:
    15 mins

    Available:
    6 days remaining

    Iain Martin of the Telegraph looks at how newspapers covered the week’s big stories, including the Bingo Budget and the annexation of Crimea.

    Download 7MB (right click & "save target as / link as")

Terms of Use

The BBC Podcasts are for your personal non-commercial use only.

All title, ownership rights and intellectual property rights in and to the BBC Podcasts shall remain the property of the BBC or third parties. You may not edit, alter, adapt or add to the BBC Podcast in any way. The BBC Podcasts are made available by the BBC on an "as is" and "as available" basis and the BBC gives no warranty of any kind in relation to the BBC Podcast. To the maximum extent permitted by law the BBC will not be liable for any loss or damage which you may suffer as a result of, or connected to, the download or use of the BBC Podcasts.

 

See the full Standard Licence Terms here.

Play recent episodes

You need Javascript enabled and Flash version 10 installed to access this audio. Please view our BBC Webwise guide.

You may also like

Thinking Allowed

  • Factual
  • News

Laurie Taylor explores the latest research into how society works and discusses current ideas on how we live today.

Wed, 16 Apr 14

28 minutes

Woman’s Hour Daily Podcast

  • News
  • Factual > Politics
  • Factual > Health & Wellbeing

Woman's Hour brings you the big celebrity names and leading women in the news, with subjects ranging widely from politics to health, law, education, arts, parenting, relationships, work, fiction, food

8 hours ago

42 minutes

Genres

  • No matches found