Steve Hewlett presents a topical programme about the fast-changing media world
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Turkish media crackdown, Ed Vaizey's legacy, live streaming material.
Wed 13 Jul 2016
BBC deputy director-general Anne Bulford, defendant anonymity, true crime ethics on TV.
Wed 6 Jul 2016
Wed 29 Jun 2016
Top EU referendum journalists, Brexit's impact on the media industry, Lord Puttnam inquiry
Wed 22 Jun 2016
Newspaper Leave and Remain editorials, media in Afghanistan, and TV talent shows.
Wed 11 Nov 2015
The CEO of BBC Worldwide Tim Davie discusses the new BBC store.
Wed 15 Jun 2016
Reporting the migrant crisis, accessing news online, and achieving 'balanced' EU coverage.
Wed 8 Jun 2016
Dame Joan Bakewell, EU debates, 24 - the 'north's national', and the editor of City AM.
Wed 1 Jun 2016
Head of BBC Studios, how Top Gear has gone down, the secret to Geordie Shore's success.
Wed 25 May 2016
How are the media representing the two sides of the referendum campaign?
Wed 18 May 2016
Lord Puttnam on the BBC White Paper, women on air, and BBC online cuts.
Thu 12 May 2016
Steve Hewlett discusses the White Paper on the future of the BBC with leading players.
Wed 4 May 2016
BBC independence at serious risk says Lord Patten, Robert Peston's new show, BBC diversity
Wed 27 Apr 2016
The reporting of Hillsborough, 'Constructive' journalism, BBC Chinese service move.
Wed 20 Apr 2016
The decline of TV news, celebrity injunction, and local TV.
Wed 13 Apr 2016
Journalist James Cusick gives his views on why his Whittingdale story didn't run.
Wed 6 Apr 2016
BBC Trust chair Rona Fairhead, 'tips' when interviewing will.i.am, press freedom v privacy
Wed 30 Mar 2016
Media analyst Mathew Horsman joins the programme to discuss Netflix's ambitions.
Wed 23 Mar 2016
Including a look at the impact of Twitter on journalism.
Wed 16 Mar 2016
Andrea Catherwood is joined by Maria Eagle, shadow secretary for culture, media and sport.
Wed 9 Mar 2016
Including the BBC's new controller of TV channels and iPlayer Charlotte Moore.
Wed 2 Mar 2016
Race and TV viewing, should Ofcom replace the BBC Trust, and the BBC impact on the market.
Wed 24 Feb 2016
Including discussion on the lack of women nominees for the Press Awards.
Wed 10 Feb 2016
Sir Alan Moses discusses new Ipso rules.
Wed 3 Feb 2016
Including discussion on James Murdoch's return to Sky and Guardian Media cost-cutting.
Wed 27 Jan 2016
Outgoing Channel 4 chair Terry Burns speaks about the highs and lows of the job.
Wed 20 Jan 2016
Discussing the future of ITV and the British public's increasing trust in the media.
Wed 13 Jan 2016
The EC is debating a new law in Poland, feared to be compromising editorial freedom.
Wed 6 Jan 2016
Scotland's culture minister Fiona Hyslop discusses BBC spending in Scotland.
Wed 23 Dec 2015
Including Robin Esser, reporting on migration, Formula 1 and the BBC, plus stories of 2016
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