Director general of the BBC, Tony Hall, on funding, efficiency and governance.
Can BBC Three be bought? Plus how to measure TV audiences and 'FIFA Files' journalists.
The influence of advertisers, British drama overseas and Immigration Street is shortened.
Protecting journalists' sources, American news anchors, football rights and sports radio.
BBC Trust head's first major speech, the battle for sports rights, Sky's Fortitude.
Steve Hewlett explores the future of news, Page 3 and the Sun, and entertainment shows.
The end of Page 3, Josie Cunningham's media strategy and Sir Alan Moses on press freedom.
The dilemma facing editors on whether to republish Charlie Hebdo's controversial images.
Prince Andrew coverage, postponing of royal doc, Peter Greste retrial and 10 years of FOI.
Host Graham Norton on the changing nature of the chat show.