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    1 October 2008
    Andy Burnham on public service broadcasting

    8 October 2008
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    22 October 2008
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    29 October 2008
    Reporting Poverty

    5 November 2008
    Stephen Carter

    12 November 2008
    Lionel Barber and the FT

    19 November 2008
    Dr Tanya Byron on Kids TV
     
    26 November 2008
    Manchester and the Media

    3 December 2008
    Twitter's role in Mumbai Attacks
     
    10 December 2008
    Shannon Matthews and media coverage
     
    17 December 2008
    BBC Partnerships and media access to family courts
     
    24 December 2008
    Bush and the press and 1968 Apollo broadcast

    31 December 2008
    The Moralising Media
     
    7 January 2009
    Jeremy Hunt, Gaza Reporting and New Talent

    14 January 2009
    Prince Harry, Gaza, Persian TV and iPlayer
     
    21 January 2009
    Ofcom's PSB Review, Ross' return and British News
     
    28 January 2009
    Sir Michael Lyons, Hutton Report and New Nation
     
    4 February 2009
    Sky, Children and Reality TV and Financial Reporting
     
    11 February 2009
    BBC Children's Services, Jade Goody and  Journalists' Conscience Clause

    18 February 2009
    Reporting Trauma, Subeditors and Teletext

    25 February 2009
    Dawn Airey, Disability on TV and Facebook
     
    4 March 2009
    Media and The Miners' Strike and ITV
     
    11 March 2009
    The Editors' Codebook, "Crown Jewels" of British Sport and Viviane Reding

    18 March 2009
    Christopher Meyer, Metro at Ten, Phorn and Impartial Drama

    25 March 2009
    Future of Journalism, Obama, Radio Caroline

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