Steve Hewlett presents a topical programme about the fast-changing media world
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Steve Hewlett presents news of Japanese Nikkei group's purchase of the Financial Times.
Wed 22 Jul 2015
The chair of the BBC Trust Rona Fairhead discusses her vision for the future of the BBC.
Wed 15 Jul 2015
Steve Hewlett discusses what the BBC's annual report reveals about the corporation.
Wed 8 Jul 2015
Does the new deal for the BBC undermine the corporation's independence?
Wed 1 Jul 2015
Tim Hincks, the president of Endemol Shine, discusses creativity and class bias in TV.
Wed 24 Jun 2015
A discussion on the pros and cons of changing how BBC TV content is made and supplied.
Wed 17 Jun 2015
Media mogul Richard Desmond, and Chris Evans on his new job presenting Top Gear.
Wed 10 Jun 2015
David Abraham, chief executive of Channel 4, on pay and privatisation. Plus police on TV.
Wed 3 Jun 2015
Charlie Hebdo editor-in-chief Gerard Biard and disabled people in TV. With Steve Hewlett.
Wed 27 May 2015
Sir Martin Sorrell talks about the shift in power between digital and traditional media.
Wed 20 May 2015
Whether Facebook Instant Articles will change how people consume news. With Steve Hewlett.
Wed 13 May 2015
News chiefs discuss the dominance of stories about election polls. Steve Hewlett presents.
Wed 6 May 2015
Frontline journalists discuss the media-management of the election. Steve Hewlett presents
Wed 29 Apr 2015
BBC Two controller Kim Shillinglaw on the future of Top Gear. Presented by Steve Hewlett.
Wed 22 Apr 2015
Rory Bremner on political satire. What has driven Sky's strong results? Tory media policy.
Wed 15 Apr 2015
Politico expands into Europe, Labour's media policy, Katie Hopkins, and EU and Google.
Wed 8 Apr 2015
Victoria Derbyshire, leaders' debates, the Telegraph chief's exit and Lib Dem media policy
Wed 1 Apr 2015
The reporter at the heart of the 'spider memos' case, plus Dermot is to leave The X Factor
Wed 25 Mar 2015
The BBC's creative director Alan Yentob on dropping Jeremy Clarkson. With Steve Hewlett.
Wed 18 Mar 2015
How the BBC is handling the latest Jeremy Clarkson controversy. With Steve Hewlett.
Wed 11 Mar 2015
Clarkson and the Top Gear brand, older people in the media, and TV election debates.
Wed 4 Mar 2015
Director general of the BBC, Tony Hall, on funding, efficiency and governance.
Wed 25 Feb 2015
Can BBC Three be bought? Plus how to measure TV audiences and 'FIFA Files' journalists.
Wed 18 Feb 2015
The influence of advertisers, British drama overseas and Immigration Street is shortened.
Wed 11 Feb 2015
Protecting journalists' sources, American news anchors, football rights and sports radio.
Wed 4 Feb 2015
BBC Trust head's first major speech, the battle for sports rights, Sky's Fortitude.
Wed 28 Jan 2015
Steve Hewlett explores the future of news, Page 3 and the Sun, and entertainment shows.
Wed 21 Jan 2015
The end of Page 3, Josie Cunningham's media strategy and Sir Alan Moses on press freedom.
Wed 14 Jan 2015
The dilemma facing editors on whether to republish Charlie Hebdo's controversial images.
Wed 7 Jan 2015
Prince Andrew coverage, postponing of royal doc, Peter Greste retrial and 10 years of FOI.
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