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The Media Show

By BBC Radio 4

Social media, anti-social media, breaking news, faking news: this is the programme about a revolution in media, with Amol Rajan, the BBC's media editor. New episode every Wednesday

  1. 1.
    Is opinion the future of journalism?09/18/2019
    34:07
  2. 2.
    Why we're all watching Britain's nerdiest channel09/11/2019
    28:06
  3. 3.
    How to cover chaos09/04/2019
    28:06
  4. 4.
    "Hey Media Show, tell me about smart speakers"08/28/2019
    27:11
  5. 5.
    Why advertisers are blacklisting news08/21/2019
    27:48
  6. 6.
    Taking care of reality TV guests08/14/2019
    27:57
  7. 7.
    Hunting spies and exposing lies08/07/2019
    36:07
  8. 8.
    Changing the game of sports journalism07/31/2019
    28:03
  1. 9.
    The power of the columnist07/24/2019
    28:11
  2. 10.
    Tommy Robinson and the rules of journalism07/17/2019
    28:17
  3. 11.
    Inside Wimbledon07/10/2019
    27:33
  4. 12.
    Who's watching the BBC?07/03/2019
    28:03
  5. 13.
    The lure of the obvious06/26/2019
    28:01
  6. 14.
    How the media sells us gender equality06/19/2019
    23:58
  7. 15.
    Sex, drugs and TV debates06/12/2019
    28:15
  8. 16.
    The Daily's Michael Barbaro06/12/2019
    14:50
  9. 17.
    Chernobyl: the story of TV's highest rated show06/05/2019
    35:36
  10. 18.
    Why seeing isn't believing05/29/2019
    34:50
  11. 19.
    Spies, lies and videotape05/22/2019
    27:49
  12. 20.
    The Story of Netflix with Ted Sarandos05/15/2019
    27:52
  13. 21.
    How to win followers and influence people05/08/2019
    28:07
  14. 22.
    Interrogating the producer of Line of Duty05/01/2019
    28:06
  15. 23.
    Remembering Lyra McKee04/24/2019
    28:49
  16. 24.
    The Political Interview04/17/2019
    28:08
  17. 25.
    Journalism's class ceiling04/10/2019
    28:01
  18. 26.
    Why everyone wants a news channel04/03/2019
    27:55
  19. 27.
    Attenborough's Netflix adventure03/27/2019
    28:02
  20. 28.
    HuffPost's Lydia Polgreen03/20/2019
    27:05
  21. 29.
    Who cares what the papers say?03/13/2019
    28:17
  22. 30.
    Investigating Michael Jackson03/06/2019
    28:10
  23. 31.
    Commercial radio tunes out of local02/27/2019
    28:18
  24. 32.
    How to combat fake news?02/20/2019
    28:06
  25. 33.
    The Cairncross Conundrum02/13/2019
    28:12
  26. 34.
    Spotify's big move on radio02/06/2019
    28:12
  27. 35.
    The great TV piracy scandal01/30/2019
    28:11
  28. 36.
    BONUS Dame Pippa Harris on Call The Midwife and the TV industry01/23/2019
    15:48
  29. 37.
    BONUS Do we need another classical music radio station?01/23/2019
    6:29
  30. 38.
    BONUS Facebook's Steve Hatch apologises for distressing content about suicide on Instagram01/23/2019
    11:10
  31. 39.
    How Call The Midwife became a global hit01/23/2019
    28:06
  32. 40.
    BONUS Matthew Chance, CNN Senior International Correspondent01/16/2019
    17:08
  33. 41.
    Who needs fact-checkers?01/16/2019
    28:10
  34. 42.
    Making a show for Netflix01/09/2019
    28:12
  35. 43.
    The Art of Public Relations01/02/2019
    28:08
  36. 44.
    The Great British Radio Breakfast12/26/2018
    27:57
  37. 45.
    Fast and slow journalism12/19/2018
    24:08
  38. 46.
    Football, racism and the media12/12/2018
    28:19
  39. 47.
    The Media Show Revolutions: Radio12/05/2018
    28:10
  40. 48.
    Can Canada save journalism?11/28/2018
    28:12
  41. 49.
    BONUS Sir Harold Evans11/28/2018
    17:51
  42. 50.
    How Brexit became a media pantomime11/21/2018
    28:07
  43. 51.
    BONUS News Xchange 2018 debate11/16/2018
    56:27
  44. 52.
    Global perspectives on the news business11/14/2018
    27:49
  45. 53.
    Why Channel 4 is on the move11/07/2018
    28:12
  46. 54.
    Who'd be a journalist?10/31/2018
    28:16
  47. 55.
    The Evolution of Sports Broadcasting10/24/2018
    28:11
  48. 56.
    BONUS James Harding, Tortoise Media10/17/2018
    21:00
  49. 57.
    Dark ads and slow news10/17/2018
    27:56
  50. 58.
    Dangers of speaking truth to power10/10/2018
    28:00
  51. 59.
    BONUS Bob Bakish, Viacom CEO10/10/2018
    5:28
  52. 60.
    May's Media Strategy10/03/2018
    29:29
  53. 61.
    BONUS Rob Stringer, Sony Music CEO10/03/2018
    19:50
  54. 62.
    How journalism exposed an atrocity09/26/2018
    28:20
  55. 63.
    The marriage of tech and TV09/19/2018
    28:21
  56. 64.
    The battle for teatime09/13/2018
    27:58
  57. 65.
    Outrage in the age of Twitter09/05/2018
    28:14
  58. 66.
    The secrets of Social success08/29/2018
    28:07
  59. 67.
    Print is dead. Long live print08/22/2018
    28:05
  60. 68.
    The BBC will not appeal Cliff Richard case08/15/2018
    28:24
  61. 69.
    Big tech deletes Alex Jones08/08/2018
    28:16
  62. 70.
    Is campaigner-funded journalism really journalism?08/02/2018
    28:02
  63. 71.
    Plotting the future of history on TV07/25/2018
    44:38
  64. 72.
    Privacy, liberty and Cliff Richard07/18/2018
    28:19
  65. 73.
    Will the BBC ever solve its pay problem?07/11/2018
    28:20
  66. 74.
    How to win in sports journalism07/04/2018
    28:04
  67. 75.
    Seymour Hersh - extended interview06/27/2018
    11:02
  68. 76.
    What makes a reporter?06/27/2018
    28:11
  69. 77.
    The Media Show Revolutions: News06/20/2018
    28:32
  70. 78.
    How to keep your exclusive, exclusive06/13/2018
    28:02
  71. 79.
    Why isn't all TV like Love Island?06/06/2018
    27:55
  72. 80.
    The staged death of a Russian journalist06/01/2018
    43:43
  73. 81.
    The Evolution of Radio05/23/2018
    28:12
  74. 82.
    Rise of the media robots05/16/2018
    27:52
  75. 83.
    Journalism fights back!05/10/2018
    28:06
  76. 84.
    Silicon Valley v Westminster05/02/2018
    37:33
  77. 85.
    When a story becomes big news04/25/2018
    39:49
  78. 86.
    The ethics of reporting from Syria04/18/2018
    38:23
  79. 87.
    The Age of Zuckerberg04/11/2018
    46:32
  80. 88.
    How Porno conquered podcasts04/04/2018
    28:05
  81. 89.
    BONUS Richard Gingras of Google News and Mark Thompson of The New York Times03/29/2018
    8:46
  82. 90.
    Who owns our data?03/28/2018
    28:04
  83. 91.
    How Carole Cadwalladr exposed Facebook03/21/2018
    44:59
  84. 92.
    George Osborne and the economics of free news03/14/2018
    42:22
  85. 93.
    Reporting the case of the Russian spy03/07/2018
    49:33
  86. 94.
    The importance of being social02/28/2018
    41:24
  87. 95.
    Is Jeremy Corbyn at war with the press?02/21/2018
    53:31
  88. 96.
    Trinity Mirror CEO Simon Fox on buying the Express, Star and OK02/14/2018
    40:29
  89. 97.
    Matt Hancock's manifesto02/07/2018
    34:35
  90. 98.
    BBC's problem with pay01/31/2018
    46:18
  91. 99.
    Murdoch fights back01/24/2018
    43:04
  92. 100.
    Facebook's algorithm change and why you should care01/17/2018
    28:00
  93. 101.
    When journalists burn their sources01/10/2018
    33:18
  94. 102.
    The battle for Christmas01/03/2018
    27:57
  95. 103.
    Who wants to be a TV format millionaire?12/27/2017
    28:09
  96. 104.
    Peston's Brexit confession and BBC religious coverage12/20/2017
    39:49
  97. 105.
    End of the Age of Murdoch?12/13/2017
    33:26
  98. 106.
    The Guardian's Kath Viner, Spin doctors v broadcasters, Channel 4 News editor Ben De Pear12/06/2017
    39:26
  99. 107.
    The Royal Family and critical journalism11/29/2017
    52:44
  100. 108.
    The power of the crowd11/22/2017
    40:22
  101. 109.
    Russia and the information wars11/15/2017
    37:08
  102. 110.
    Scoops from Paradise11/08/2017
    28:00
  103. 111.
    How BuzzFeed exposed Kevin Spacey11/02/2017
    27:55
  104. 112.
    How to save regional newspapers10/25/2017
    27:52
  105. 113.
    Malta journalist murdered: Daphne Caruana Galizia10/18/2017
    28:17
  106. 114.
    Could the media have exposed Harvey Weinstein earlier?10/11/2017
    27:58
  107. 115.
    Celebrities and interview copy control10/05/2017
    27:47
  108. 116.
    What's wrong with the BBC?09/28/2017
    28:09
  109. 117.
    Is Twitter turning journalists into vultures?09/20/2017
    24:00
  110. 118.
    RTS Cambridge Convention special09/13/2017
    27:37
  111. 119.
    Coleen Rooney and the paparazzi, Classic FM at 25, Panorama secret filming09/06/2017
    28:13
  112. 120.
    30/08/201708/30/2017
    27:55
  113. 121.
    23/08/201708/23/2017
    36:52
  114. 122.
    Test Match Special and Josh Krichefski of MediaCom UK08/16/2017
    33:51
  115. 123.
    Media titan John Malone, newspapers 'ripping' content, and online moderation08/09/2017
    28:10
  116. 124.
    Johnston Press job cuts; Police chief anger at tech giants; Sir Alan Moses, chairman of IPSO07/26/2017
    27:54
  117. 125.
    Inside Russia Today...07/05/2017
    28:04
  118. 126.
    Middle East Eye, The Atlantic, Mumsnet move into TV06/28/2017
    28:10
  119. 127.
    Al Jazeera and Qatar crisis, Alexandra Shulman, Huw Edwards06/21/2017
    53:48
  120. 128.
    Fleet Street's influence on British politics06/14/2017
    42:04
  121. 129.
    CNN boss Tony Maddox, VR news, The&Partnership founder Johnny Hornby06/07/2017
    45:06
  122. 130.
    Political Interviews and Social Media, Court Reporting05/31/2017
    34:12
  123. 131.
    Information commissioner, White House leaks, iPlayer05/17/2017
    28:16
  124. 132.
    Turkish media crackdown; Reuters on trust; Fix Radio for builders05/03/2017
    28:20
  125. 133.
    General Election coverage; Le Monde and fake news; Channel 4 out of London04/19/2017
    28:11
  126. 134.
    12/04/201704/12/2017
    28:23
  127. 135.
    05/04/201704/05/2017
    28:13
  128. 136.
    Westminster attack and the media response, Tyler Brule on Monocle03/29/2017
    28:09
  129. 137.
    Nicholas Coleridge; BBC Brexit coverage; Osborne, Lebedev and the Evening Standard03/22/2017
    28:05
  130. 138.
    Katie Hopkins on libel law; David Abraham leaving Channel 4; The Daily Mail03/15/2017
    28:18
  131. 139.
    Impartiality duty, Fox-Sky merger, BBC archive03/08/2017
    28:34
  132. 140.
    Press regulation compromise, Trump versus the media, ITV's The Nightly Show03/01/2017
    28:16
  133. 141.
    A celebration of Steve Hewlett, presenter of The Media Show02/22/2017
    28:23
  134. 142.
    Secrecy and whistleblowing, Times Literary Supplement editor Stig Abell, Radio style guides02/15/2017
    28:19
  135. 143.
    David Beckham and reputation management, Curbing abuse on Twitter, The Guardian02/08/2017
    28:30
  136. 144.
    Sarah Sands, new Editor of Today; the PM's press pack; editors and politicians02/01/2017
    28:29
  137. 145.
    James Harding on claims of BBC bias against Trump. Plus Sky and iconic news photos01/25/2017
    28:21
  138. 146.
    Theresa May and US Vogue, Fake news in Germany, Covering Northern Ireland01/18/2017
    28:30
  139. 147.
    Sir David Clementi named for BBC Chair; Donald Trump: fake news and good journalism01/12/2017
    28:25
  140. 148.
    David Blunkett on press regulation; TV ratings and the battle for Saturday night01/05/2017
    28:25
  141. 149.
    Scoops, scandals and sackings: Piers Morgan's life story - A Media Show Special12/29/2016
    28:26
  142. 150.
    The bid for Sky; Christmas TV; BBC Monitoring12/29/2016
    28:18
  143. 151.
    Murdoch, Fox and Sky; Eve Pollard; Value of newspapers12/14/2016
    28:23
  144. 152.
    Trump and New York Times, the next Chair of the BBC board12/07/2016
    29:04
  145. 153.
    Diversity at the BBC, Yousra Elbagir, Hugo Rifkind12/01/2016
    28:09
  146. 154.
    Tom Mangold, Channel 4, Luxury magazines11/23/2016
    28:27
  147. 155.
    The Grand Tour, US journalism, BBC World Service expansion11/16/2016
    28:35
  148. 156.
    How the media reported on Trump, TV advertising, Sound Women11/09/2016
    28:21
  149. 157.
    Piers Morgan on Trump; Ted Sarandos of Netflix on The Crown; Press regulation11/02/2016
    28:27
  150. 158.
    Dean Baquet of the New York Times, Impress press regulator, AT&T - Time Warner merger10/26/2016
    28:31
  151. 159.
    Caitlin Moran on Raised By Wolves, John Whittingdale on James Purnell, What Is Twitter Worth?10/19/2016
    28:36
  152. 160.
    Will Young leaves Strictly, IPSO review, Sky10/12/2016
    28:32
  153. 161.
    Craig Oliver, Daily Mail, 'A World Without Down's Syndrome'10/05/2016
    28:28
  154. 162.
    Sam Allardyce, Future of online journalism, STV - news for Scottish viewers09/29/2016
    28:03
  155. 163.
    How to cover politics; BBC shows out to tender; BBC Draft Charter09/22/2016
    28:29
  156. 164.
    Turkish journalist Can Dundar, John Whittingdale on the BBC draft charter, Phone hacking09/14/2016
    28:29
  157. 165.
    John Hardie, CEO of ITN, Keith Vaz and public interest journalism, The Archers as a brand, Reporting on Taylor Swift09/07/2016
    28:23
  158. 166.
    Mark Thompson; Is TV failing young audiences; Autumn schedules08/31/2016
    28:22
  159. 167.
    Olympics v Brexit coverage, Diversity monitoring, Gawker closes, New series Gangland08/25/2016
    28:17
  160. 168.
    Covering Trump, BBC sitcom season, Vice's new TV channel08/17/2016
    28:24
  161. 169.
    Reporting statistics, Detecting iPlayer use, The New European08/10/2016
    28:11
  162. 170.
    Naming terrorists; Naked Attraction; Facebook results08/03/2016
    28:17
  163. 171.
    CEO of Liberty Global Mike Fries, Guardian losses, Fox News CEO Roger Ailes departs07/27/2016
    28:27
  164. 172.
    Turkish media crackdown, Ed Vaizey's legacy, Live streaming.07/20/2016
    28:28
  165. 173.
    BBC deputy director-general Anne Bulford, Should BBC have filmed the raid on Cliff Richard's home, Risks of true crime TV shows07/13/2016
    28:25
  166. 174.
    THE MEDIA SHOW - 06.07.1707/06/2016
    28:19
  167. 175.
    Top EU referendum journalists, Brexit's impact on media industry, Lord Puttnam inquiry06/29/2016
    28:30
  168. 176.
    Newspaper Leave and Remain editorials, Media in Afghanistan, TV talent shows.06/22/2016
    28:21
  169. 177.
    BBC Worldwide CEO Tim Davie, The state of Welsh media, The BBC loses The Voice06/22/2016
    28:23
  170. 178.
    Reporting the refugee crisis, Accessing news online, Achieving 'balanced' EU coverage.06/15/2016
    28:28
  171. 179.
    Dame Joan Bakewell, EU debates, 24 - the 'north's national', City AM editor06/08/2016
    28:24
  172. 180.
    Head of BBC Studios, Top Gear, Geordie Shore06/01/2016
    28:30
  173. 181.
    Press bias, Police and the media, Digital media05/25/2016
    28:14
  174. 182.
    Lord Puttnam on BBC White Paper, Women on air, BBC online cuts05/18/2016
    28:08
  175. 183.
    BBC's future set out in government White Paper.05/12/2016
    43:27
  176. 184.
    Lord Patten, BBC diversity, Robert Peston05/04/2016
    27:48
  177. 185.
    The reporting of Hillsborough, 'Constructive' journalism, BBC Chinese service move04/27/2016
    28:33
  178. 186.
    The decline of TV news, Celebrity injunction, Local TV04/20/2016
    28:29
  179. 187.
    Whittingdale press cover-up?, Diversity at the BBC debate, TV drama rivalry04/14/2016
    28:24
  180. 188.
    BBC Trust chair Rona Fairhead, 'Tips' when interviewing will.i.am, Press freedom v privacy04/06/2016
    28:19
  181. 189.
    Netflix, Channel 5 rebrand, The end of print?04/04/2016
    28:38
  182. 190.
    Twitter's impact on journalism, Mail on Sunday editor Geordie Greig, Ashley Highfield of Johnston Press03/23/2016
    28:02
  183. 191.
    Maria Eagle, Sir Joseph Pilling, Balancing journalism and security services03/16/2016
    28:23
  184. 192.
    Charlotte Moore, Turkish press crackdown, Concern about BBC independence03/09/2016
    28:16
  185. 193.
    Race and TV viewing, The BBC impact on the market, Should Ofcom replace the BBC Trust?03/02/2016
    27:34
  186. 194.
    Press Awards women nominees, Lord Best on BBC inquiry, Trinity Mirror's The New Day02/24/2016
    28:16
  187. 195.
    New Ipso rules, Assisted suicide being 'normalised' in the media02/10/2016
    28:13
  188. 196.
    James Murdoch, Guardian cost-cutting, The growth of new media in Africa02/03/2016
    28:19
  189. 197.
    Lord Burns, On- and off-screen diversity, FT staff vote to strike01/27/2016
    28:26
  190. 198.
    The future of ITV, Impress announces members, Trust in the media01/20/2016
    28:29
  191. 199.
    Media freedom in Poland, BBC News cuts, Deloitte's media predictions.01/13/2016
    28:26
  192. 200.
    Scotland culture minister Fiona Hyslop, Children's social media, Walter Presents01/06/2016
    28:15

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