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The Royal Family and critical journalism

Newspapers have devoted dozens of pages to their coverage of Prince Harry's engagement. Also, FT editor Lionel Barber

Prince Harry is getting married and newspapers have devoted dozens of pages to the story. But do British journalists abandon their principles when it comes to the Monarchy? Charles Anson was the Queen's press secretary, Emily Andrews is Royal correspondent for The Sun, Tim Ewart was ITN's Royal Editor and Tim Montgomerie is the founder of UnHerd.

The Financial Times is now reaching a record number of paying subscribers. FT editor Lionel Barber explains his strategy.

Presenter: Amol Rajan
Producer: Richard Hooper

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Become a TV mogul and get rich

Become a TV mogul and get rich

From Nigeria's got Talent to the US version of Bake Off TV formats are big business

A celebration of Steve Hewlett, presenter of The Media Show

A celebration of Steve Hewlett, presenter of The Media Show

Andrea Catherwood presents a celebration of the journalism of Steve Hewlett.

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