Sky News have hired Mark Austin to present a new 5pm show.
The battle for teatime
The marriage of tech and TV
Social media meets reality in Channel 4's new show The Circle
How journalism exposed an atrocity
A BBC team uncovered the truth behind a video the Cameroon government called fake news.
BONUS Rob Stringer, Sony Music CEO
A giant of the record industry talks about music's shift to digital and his own career
May's Media Strategy
How Theresa May deals with the press - and the outlets who claim she avoids them
BONUS Bob Bakish, Viacom CEO
Boss of the US conglomerate on dealing with Netflix - and his favourite Channel 5 shows
Dangers of speaking truth to power
Journalist Jamal Khashoggi is missing after a visit to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.
Dark ads and slow news
Facebook announces new rules on political ads, and Tortoise promises 'open journalism'.
BONUS James Harding, Tortoise Media
Former editor of The Times and director of BBC News on his new "slow news" venture
The Evolution of Sports Broadcasting
Will streaming change the way we watch sport?
Who'd be a journalist?
New research suggests the number of journalists in the UK has increased.
Why Channel 4 is on the move
Alex Mahon, CEO of Channel 4, explains her strategy for the broadcaster.
Global perspectives on the news business
Special edition of the show recorded at News Xchange 2018.
BONUS News Xchange 2018 debate
Amol is joined in Edinburgh by CNN, the FT, CBS News, Deutsche Welle, and Facebook
How Brexit became a media pantomime
Has journalism's obsession with colourful characters distorted Brexit coverage?
Can Canada save journalism?
Justin Trudeau's government has unveiled a plan to subsidise the news industry.
BONUS Sir Harold Evans
A legend of Fleet Street on his career and the art of concise writing
The Media Show Revolutions: Radio
How radio is changing
Football, racism and the media
The programme asks if we have a racist media culture.
Fast and slow journalism
The editor of the Racing Post and the founder of a slow news magazine
The Great British Radio Breakfast
How radio in the morning became a banquet.
The Art of Public Relations
Top PR practitioners reveal the secrets of their trade
Making a show for Netflix
The producer of Sex Education on working with the streaming giant.
Who needs fact-checkers?
How fact-checking became an industry
BONUS Matthew Chance, CNN Senior International Correspondent
CNN's man in Moscow on the world news events that have shaped his career
Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright MP, Radio Breakfast Shows, Chigozie Obioma
Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright MP discusses his plans to ‘unleash creativity’.
Get involved in Shropshire's arts, culture and community events with inspiration you need.
Ionica Adriana dives into the feast of arts and culture on offer in North Yorkshire.
The Verb visits Cornwall to celebrate the centenary of the poet W.S. Graham.
Paul Daniels and Leonard Nimoy
Star Trek's Leonard Nimoy jets in from 1980 and magician Paul Daniels pops in from 2009.