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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
How Call The Midwife became a global hit
Dame Pippa Harris, executive producer behind one of Britain's most popular shows.
BONUS Facebook's Steve Hatch apologises for distressing content about suicide on Instagram
The father of a teenager who took her own life says Instagram "helped kill my daughter"
BONUS Do we need another classical music radio station?
Bauer Media's Steve Parkinson explains the strategy behind Scala Radio
BONUS Dame Pippa Harris on Call The Midwife and the TV industry
An extended interview with the producer of some of TV's most popular dramas
The great TV piracy scandal
Saudi Arabia is accused of stealing sports rights on an industrial scale.
Spotify's big move on radio
Swedish streaming company Spotify has announced a major expansion into podcasting.
The Cairncross Conundrum
Demand for news is higher than ever, but fewer people are prepared to pay for it
How to combat fake news?
The DCMS Select Committee releases its report on fake news and disinformation
Commercial radio tunes out of local
The UK's largest operator of commercial radio stations is axing many local shows
Investigating Michael Jackson
Dan Reed on his film Leaving Neverland, which alleges Michael Jackson was a paedophile.
Who cares what the papers say?
The Herald in Scotland has ended daily leader columns - will other papers follow suit?
HuffPost's Lydia Polgreen
Editor-in-chief of HuffPost on the ethics of reporting the Christchurch mosque attacks.
Attenborough's Netflix adventure
Alastair Fothergill is the producer behind some of the world's most popular nature shows
Why everyone wants a news channel
The soft power of hard news
Journalism's class ceiling
How Julie Etchingham and Alison Phillips reached the top.
The Political Interview
When journalists and politicians do battle
Remembering Lyra McKee
Remembering the 29-year-old journalist killed while observing rioting in Londonderry.
Interrogating the producer of Line of Duty
Priscilla Parish, executive producer of the UK's most popular show, reveals how it's made.
How to win followers and influence people
News UK has opened a social influencer marketing agency
The Story of Netflix with Ted Sarandos
How Ted Sarandos turned Netflix into one of the world's most valuable companies.
Spies, lies and videotape
How a covert film leaked to journalists has brought down Austria's government.
Why seeing isn't believing
A fake Nancy Pelosi video has fooled millions in the US and marks a new era of fake news
Chernobyl: the story of TV's highest rated show
Sky's Zai Bennett on how their HBO co-production has become a huge critical hit
The Daily's Michael Barbaro
How The New York Times grew one of the world's most popular podcasts
Sex, drugs and TV debates
How the media is scrutinising the Conservative leadership rivals.
How the media sells us gender equality
Harmful stereotypes have been banned from ads, and ITV is banning all-male writing teams.
The lure of the obvious
From Brexit to Trump, why do so many journalists keep getting it wrong?
Who's watching the BBC?
The BBC's Annual Report reveals that fewer young people are tuning in.
Behind the scenes at the world's biggest annual broadcast event
Tommy Robinson and the rules of journalism
Contempt of court and leaking secrets.
The power of the columnist
As Boris Johnson swaps punditry for Downing Street, how much power do columnists have?
Changing the game of sports journalism
The Athletic has hired some of the UK's most popular football writers.
Hunting spies and exposing lies
How Eliot Higgins founded Bellingcat and reinvented investigative journalism
Taking care of reality TV guests
How can reality TV and radio take better care of participants?
Why advertisers are blacklisting news
Some brands are ensuring their ads do not appear with news stories they disapprove of.
"Hey Media Show, tell me about smart speakers"
What the rapid growth of virtual assistants in the home means for you.
How to cover chaos
As politics goes into meltdown, the journalists trying to make sense of it all.
Why we're all watching Britain's nerdiest channel
BBC Parliament is enjoying record ratings as the political drama unfolds.
Is opinion the future of journalism?
LBC is gaining listeners thanks to a strategy of employing highly opinionated presenters.
Who Wants to Be a Peaky Blinder?
From hit game shows to gangster drama, Steven Knight on his extraordinary career.
The BBC's Impartiality Crisis
The crisis at the BBC following complaints against Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty.
Do machines make the rights choices for children?
The role of AI in the lives of young people, recorded at the BBC Blue Room conference.
How do you report from a repressive regime?
The challenges of reporting stories from the frontline and the black hole left by Fortnite
The Woolly episode.
From Sean the Sheep & Damien Hirst to clothiers & a knitted bikini. Shahida Bari presents.
Jason Moran and Piet Mondrian
Jazz pianist and composer Jason Moran shares his view of Mondrian's Broadway Boogie Woogie
Is integration a two-way street?
Exploring intergration and being the only brown in the village.
Sarah Brett with late night discussion on the issues and stories that matter to you.
The Cat: In from the wild
Domesticated cats have been worshipped, vilified and revered throughout history