Topical programme about the fast-changing media world.
Sir Cliff Richard has won his BBC privacy case. What does it mean for journalism?
Latest figures show that men still dominate the BBC's list of highest paid stars.
England's success is a boon for the media but where's the line between journalist and fan?
Seymour Hersh is considered to be one of America's greatest investigative journalists.
A live debate from the BBC Radio Theatre about the revolution in news.
Two Sunday newspapers found they both had the same story on Russian links to Brexit.
ITV has found a hit in Love Island. What does its success teach other broadcasters?
Arkady Babchenko was reported to have been murdered in Kiev - then he turned up alive.
Digital radio is now more popular than FM - and Amazon and Spotify have it in their sights
Why media companies are investing in artificial intelligence.
The publishers finding new markets for news.
Mark Zuckerberg has been threatened with a summons by Parliament.
The Guardian was reporting on Windrush for six months before the story hit the headlines.
How journalists work in a war zone.
How the media lives in the shadow of big tech.
The team behind My Dad Wrote a Porno discuss the podcast's global appeal.
Can we trust technology companies to look after our personal information?
The Observer journalist reveals the backstory to her Cambridge Analytica scoop.
George Osborne explains his redesign of The Evening Standard.
How journalists approach a high profile story when few facts are known.
Why political parties and advertisers crave influence on social media.
Labour leader calls Czech spy stories 'nonsense' and tells the press 'change is coming'.
Trinity Mirror buys the Express & Star, Times' Oxfam abuse scoop, Premier League rights.
The government has ordered a review of how it could help Britain's newspaper industry.
Why is the BBC overpaying some male journalists?
Rupert Murdoch has made the tech giants an offer he would like them not to refuse.
Change in how Facebook ranks posts has been dubbed 'a nuclear bomb on the media industry'.
Michael Wolff is accused of betraying contacts to write his book about Trump's White House