Listener views on Radio 4's so-called liberal elite and mixing fiction with fact in drama.
New Editor of Today
Listeners give their reaction to the announcement of a new Today programme editor.
Melvyn Bragg, Feisty Moral Maze, Brexit agriculture
Melvyn Bragg on 750 episodes of In Our Time and Hugh Sykes discusses scrutinised language.
Time to re-think Russia?
Roger Bolton asks if journalists are stuck in cold war thinking about Russia.
Radio 2 Schedule Changes
Answers to listeners' questions on Radio 2's new schedule and presenter shake-ups.
Dramatising real-life disasters
Is there room for satire in the news? And how to dramatise real life tragedy respectfully.
Keeping it impartial
Should Jenni Murray be free to air her views outside the BBC? Listeners debate.
Is it time to re-think the Official Chart show?
Radio 4's forum for audience comment.
Listeners' reactions to the coverage of the Westminster attack and reporting on Brexit.
Westminster coverage, the end of Midweek and the editor of The Archers
Westminster coverage, the end of Midweek and the editor of The Archers.
Balancing Brexit, Libby Purves, A youthful Moral Maze
What are the BBC's duties in covering Brexit now Article 50 has been triggered?
Election Coverage - The Listeners' Verdict.
Major incident coverage, signing in to iPlayer Radio and the Reith Lectures.
Ed Miliband sits in for Jeremy Vine on Radio 2, but has he been a hit with listeners?
Jeremy Bowen reflects on his career as the BBC's 'Man in the Middle East'.
Iain Duncan Smith and Ed Miliband reflect on their time deputising for Jeremy Vine.
Was Radio 4 right to broadcast a description of torture and murder during the day?
The BBC's Norman Smith looks back at a tumultuous few months covering UK politics.
Roger Bolton talks to Jon Sopel about the BBC's US coverage in the age of President Trump.
Should Radio 5 Live have interviewed controversial columnist Kevin Myers?
Is radio science coverage "jocular froth"? Roger Bolton finds out.
Should Nigel Lawson have been invited onto the Today programme?
Roger Bolton speaks to the new editor of Today about her vision for the programme.
Roger Bolton speaks to the editor of PM about Eddie Mair's interview with Amber Rudd.
Roger Bolton airs listener criticism of a Today programme interview on sexual harassment.
Should the World at One have dedicated a whole show to one subject?
Roger Bolton with reaction to 60th anniversary edition of the Today programme.
Roger Bolton speaks to two listeners with opposing views of The Archers.
Roger Bolton speaks to Jon Manel about his series The Adoption.
The Editor of PM discusses the programme's interview with the former editor of Gay Times.
Roger Bolton speaks to Richard Burgess, BBC UK news editor, about the royal engagement.
Roger Bolton hears the views of one listener on iPM's interview with a sex offender.
Roger Bolton speaks to the BBC's Editor of Voice about changes in the way we listen.
Roger Bolton speaks to listeners about their radio moments of 2017.
Roger Bolton with listeners' views on Brexit, BBC equal pay and hit detective drama Stone.
Roger Bolton discusses a shocking death on The Archers and reviving classic radio comedy.
Should BBC journalists describe political parties as 'populist'?
Was the BBC slow to report allegations of sexual abuse in Telford?
Roger Bolton asks why the BBC World Service has made an unprecedented complaint to the UN.
Listeners concerned about coverage of anti-Brexit marches. And Lynn Bowles says farewell.
Has BBC News over-reported allegations of anti-Semitism in the Labour Party?
A Brexit special. Also - was the BBC right to air the Rivers of Blood speech in full?
Drivetime Radio 2, Grenfell Inquiry Podcast, Brexit Vote
The Head of Radio 2 on why he changed the Simon Mayo Drivetime show.
Covering Corbyn, My Dream Dinner Party, News for Millennials
Reporting Jeremy Corbyn, behind the scenes at Newsbeat and My Dream Dinner Party.
BBC Sounds, Reith Lectures, 'Gove in Government'
Roger Bolton with reactions to the BBC Sounds app and the reflections of a Reith lecturer.
Sarah Sands, Eddie Mair leaves PM, Ed 'Death Metal' Miliband returns
Today Editor Sarah Sands discusses online criticism of the programme.
1Xtra music row, the Proms launch, the Infinite Monkey Cage at 100
Roger Bolton on The Infinite Monkey Cage at 100 and controversy over the music on 1Xtra.
Cliff Richard vs the BBC, Brexit coverage, Accents in politics
Listener views on the Sir Cliff Richard verdict, Brexit coverage and accents in politics.
Michael Howard and Ed Miliband, Evan Davis's 'Sweet Reason', 'Where's the F in News'
Listener comment on Michael Howard and Ed Miliband on R2 and Evan Davis's Sweet Reason.
Why are listeners leaving Today behind? And the Radio 1 interview that never aired.
Why is Today losing listeners? And the Radio 1 interview that never aired.
Foreign News in Extraordinary Times
Jon Sopel, Lyse Doucet and Steve Rosenberg discuss the BBC's foreign news coverage.
Is A Point of View the place for Brexit? And behind the scenes of Research and Development
Listeners react to A Point of View covering Brexit and say goodbye to Eddie Mair.
The BBC’s climate change coverage under the spotlight, Radio 4’s Intrigue: The Ratline
Has the BBC changed its editorial policy on covering climate change?
Reporting breaking news on Brexit.
Behind the scenes at The World at One
Roger Bolton goes behind the scenes at The World at One.
The Launch of BBC Sounds
Roger Bolton investigates the BBC's push for younger listeners.
Listeners' verdicts on BBC Sounds
Roger Bolton with listener comment on BBC Sounds, Living with the Empire and Tommies.
Brexit, BBC Sounds and 'University Unchallenged'
Roger Bolton with listener comment on Brexit, BBC Sounds and University Unchallenged.
The licence fee for over-75s
Roger Bolton discusses the licence fee for over-75s and challenging stereotypes.
Checking Reality Check
Checking Reality Check, is the BBC chasing younger listeners and a whodunnit investigated.
Up All Night
Think Tank transparency, staying up with Dotun Adebayo, and fame at last for DJ Deke.
Listener guest editor, teacher Ben Forward discusses the targeting of younger audiences.
Roger Bolton discusses listener comment with PM presenter Evan Davis.
Job Vacancy: Radio 4 Controller
What it takes to be controller of Radio 4, and James Runcie on arts programming.
Roger Bolton on putting the 'new' in Brexit news, and fusing drama and documentary.
How do you solve a problem like Korea?
BBC Seoul Correspondent Laura Bicker and behind the scenes at Beyond Today.
Reinventing Local Radio
Roger Bolton on reinventing local radio and listening to the BBC on smart speakers.
Should the BBC have called the Christchurch shooting a 'terror attack'?
Roger Bolton on coverage of the Christchurch attacks, cuts to Late Junction and Brexit.
Investigating Extremism on Radio 4
Roger Bolton on the controversial documentary In the Right and the BBC's annual plan.
Why did Radio 6 Music decide to shake up its schedule?
Listener views on changes at 6 Music and the end of iPM, and Eric Robson leaves GQT.
Gwyneth Williams answers your questions
Radio 4 Controller Gwyneth Williams answers questions and views from listeners.
The programme that holds the BBC to account on behalf of the radio audience.
The Today's Nick Robinson answers listener questions on the art of the political interview
Roger Bolton seeks out the real stories behind the headlines of the BBC's annual report.
The controller of the Proms rejects suggestions that they are elitist.
Yewande Biala: Is Reality TV becoming more diverse, but less inclusive?
Love Island's Yewande spills the tea on diversity in reality TV.
Joe Lindsay is at Stendhal Festival, Limavady, for some music, art and poetry.
Antonio Banderas, Philippa Gregory and V.V. James on witches in literature, umbrellas in chinese culture
Antonio Banderas on playing film director Pedro Almodovar in Pain and Glory.
Loving Life With Autism
Should we do more to understand life with autism?
Sarah Brett with late night discussion on the issues and stories that matter to you.