Topical programme about the fast-changing media world.
Steve Hewlett talks to Caitlin Moran about crowdfunding her sitcom Raised By Wolves.
Steve Hewlett looks at how the newspaper regulator IPSO fares in the latest review.
Andrea Catherwood talks to Craig Oliver about the BBC and the EU referendum.
Andrea Catherwood discusses the story that brought down the England football manager.
Steve Hewlett talks to Bal Samra about the BBC shows going out to independent producers.
John Whittingdale on Rona Fairhead's decision to stand down as BBC chair.
Steve Hewlett talks to John Hardie of ITN about his plans for the future.
Steve Hewlett talks to Mark Thompson about media and the decline of political language.
Olympics v Brexit coverage, diversity monitoring, Gawker closes, new series Gangland.
Why covering Trump is testing journalism, plus BBC sitcom season, Vice's new TV channel.
Reporting statistics, detecting iPlayer use, The New European.
Naming terrorists, Naked Attraction, Facebook results.
Mike Fries, the CEO of Liberty Global, Guardian losses, Fox News CEO Roger Ailes departs.
Turkish media crackdown, Ed Vaizey's legacy, live streaming material.
BBC deputy director-general Anne Bulford, defendant anonymity, true crime ethics on TV.
The BBC leadership shake-up, plus exposing the secret money of the rich and powerful.
Top EU referendum journalists, Brexit's impact on the media industry, Lord Puttnam inquiry
Newspaper Leave and Remain editorials, media in Afghanistan, and TV talent shows.
Reporting the migrant crisis, accessing news online, and achieving 'balanced' EU coverage.
Dame Joan Bakewell, EU debates, 24 - the 'north's national', and the editor of City AM.
Head of BBC Studios, how Top Gear has gone down, the secret to Geordie Shore's success.
How are the media representing the two sides of the referendum campaign?
Lord Puttnam on the BBC White Paper, women on air, and BBC online cuts.
Steve Hewlett discusses the White Paper on the future of the BBC with leading players.
BBC independence at serious risk says Lord Patten, Robert Peston's new show, BBC diversity
The reporting of Hillsborough, 'Constructive' journalism, BBC Chinese service move.
The decline of TV news, celebrity injunction, and local TV.
Journalist James Cusick gives his views on why his Whittingdale story didn't run.