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Panic and the truth
Are journalists reporting coronavirus responsibly?
Return of the expert
The media's new respect for scientists
World locks down, media steps up
The ingenuity to keep TV and news going - and how esports can fill the void of live sport
Keep Calm and Put Radio On
Simon Mayo, Iain Lee and Linda McDermott on why the DJs will save us.
Keeping faith in the media
How religious broadcasters connect with believers at home.
The Rehabilitation of Channel 5
How Ben Frow turned the broadcaster into RTS Channel of the Year.
Liberalism, leading, and the lockdown
The Economist editor Zanny Minton Beddoes
Secrets of the Celebrity Interview
How feature writers get the famous to say things they wish they hadn’t
Why we're all playing video games
From Roblox to Call of Duty, the lockdown has meant record participation in gaming.
How data journalists became the rock stars of news
Stories that explain the pandemic through statistics, are some of the most shared online.
The drama of TV production
From documentaries to soap operas, how producers are making TV in a lockdown.
Christiane Amanpour and a brief history of CNN
As CNN marks 40 years, an extended interview with one of its most celebrated journalists.
Making news free to the world
The Guardian's Katharine Viner on resisting a paywall and fighting government obfuscation.
Who sets the news agenda?
When protests cease and statues stop falling, will journalists still report racism?
Opinions on opinion
The role of opinion in journalism, from newspaper columnists to reader comments.
How the pandemic is changing the ad industry.
Times Radio launches and Twitch faces reckoning
Times Radio launches and a reckoning for Twitch.
Fake news? Meet the fake journalists
How news outlets inadvertently published propaganda from a network of fake journalists.
Who cares about local news?
With the industry in crisis, what can be done to save regional newspapers?
David vs Goliath
The niche broadcasters taking on the mainstream.
Whose truth is it anyway?
Newsroom rebellions, 'cancel culture' and the question of free speech.
Succession and shakedown for Murdoch and TikTok
Intrigue and drama at two of the world’s most talked about media companies.
June Sarpong: What is diversity?
The BBC's Director of Creative Diversity on why change is needed.
Our love-hate relationship with the tech giants
Joe Tidy looks under the bonnet of TikTok, Apple and Facebook.
Tony Hall's Exit Interview
The outgoing BBC Director-General on the crises and successes of his time in charge.
Charming the old Gray Lady
Mark Thompson on transforming The New York Times and the future of media.
How Spotify reached No. 1
Extended interview with the UK boss of Spotify, the country's most popular music service.
The demographics of news
Exploring the diversity of the UK's newsrooms.
Bake Off rises out of lockdown
Ian Katz on keeping Channel 4's flagship show on-air.
How conspiracy theories hijacked the news
"Biden's hidden earpiece" is the latest theory to cross from the fringes to the mainstream
YouTube and the reinvention of television
Exclusive interview with the UK boss of Google's video sharing platform.
The economics of outrage
Does journalism still report the facts or has it been hijacked by opinion?
As America decides, Big Tech weighs in
Facebook and Twitter accused of censorship over a tabloid story about Joe Biden's son.
'If you're not breaking stories, you're nothing'
Daily Mirror editor Alison Phillips on her strategy for survival.
Diana, Panorama and a BBC apology
25 years on, allegations of "sheer dishonesty" behind Martin Bashir's historic interview
John Whittingdale's media agenda
Extended interview with the Minister for Media recorded at the Radio Academy Festival.
A new era for media
Trump "plans to wreck Fox News" whilst the tech platforms face new regulation.
A Queen of Advertising
Annette King, UK boss of Publicis Groupe, on her career in advertising.
Reporting the vaccine
Do journalists have the scientific literacy to cover the pandemic?
British TV and the threat from tech
Melanie Dawes, Ofcom CEO, on her plan to protect the UK media industry.
Who's winning in sports media?
Broadcast rights, new players, and the challenge of a packed fixture list.
Johnny Depp and the libel trial of the century
From celebrities to the Royal Family, why 2020 has been a very busy year for media lawyers
Jane Tranter, super-producer
Emmy winner behind His Dark Materials and The Night Of, on her career and the industry.
How video games became the lockdown playground
Developers behind Minecraft and the Roblox game Adopt Me on keeping kids entertained.
Free Speech vs the Internet
Parler taken offline and President Trump silenced by social media giants.
Reporting the war on coronavirus
The challenge for journalists of reaching the frontline.
"We're never doing an anti-immigrant story again"
Daily Express editor Gary Jones on the paper's change of direction.
Discovery on their shift to streaming
JB Perrette, head of Discovery International; plus Netflix's Bridgerton.
Carolyn McCall, boss of ITV
Why British broadcasters need "urgent" protection, and the success of Britain's Got Talent
How ITV News reported first-hand on the storming of Congress
Robert Moore and producer Sophie Alexander explain their first draft of history.
Andrea Coscelli, the watchdog taking on the tech giants
Competition and Markets Authority chief executive says Facebook and Google "too powerful"
Squaring up to the tech giants
Facebook pulls news from Australia, plus the launch of Boom Radio.
Is the UK media obsessed with Westminster?
A major news story in Scotland confuses London-based media.
Meghan and Harry on Oprah: the media fallout
Piers Morgan looks for a new job and other aftershocks of the historic royal interview.
Andrew Neil: a 50-year media career
The chairman of GB News on his roles at The Sunday Times, the BBC and The Spectator
The truth about investigations
How do journalists get at the truth in government?
Fighting the Covid infodemic
Global perspectives on fake news and misinformation from BBC World Service listeners.
Reddit and the anti-establishment
Co-founder Steve Huffman on the limits of free speech and taking on Wall Street.
"There's no democracy without a strong, free press"
Washington Post editor Marty Baron reflects on Trump, Pulitzers and Bezos.
Threats to journalists in Northern Ireland
Violent scenes in Belfast have challenged the media.
Roula Khalaf, editor of The Financial Times
War reporting, capitalist excess, and the Greensill lobbying scoop.
Podcasts go premium
Wondery launches a UK podcast, while Spotify and Apple bring in subscriptions.
Decline of the Editor
From distrustful readers to Silicon Valley power, Amol Rajan on the future of news.
Riding the news cycle
Who sets the news agenda - and what role do politicians play?
Israel-Gaza conflict rages online
How social media became a weapon of war.
What next for the BBC after the Bashir scandal?
The BBC's entire governance is called into question.
A crisis for war reporting?
Foreign coverage was cut right back during Covid. Will it return?
Radio takes on the tech giants
Commercial radio goes ad-free, and presenters go it alone.
Reporting when there's no journalist in the room
World leaders gather, but journalists are left outside.