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BBC Radio 4 - Media Show 10-12/2008

23.03.

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Datum Inhalt Dauer
1001 1) Culture Secretary Andy Burnham talks about the future of Public Service Broadcasting – 2) The role of the media in the current global financial crisis – 3) David Cameron and the press – 4) Interview with Adam Brickley, a political blogger from Colarado 28:40
1008 1) Sir Ian Blair, the Met and the media – 2) Interview with Michael Grade about the future of ITV – 3) Max Mosely takes his case to Europe 28:04
1015 1) What is the future for DAB radio? – 2) Newspaper Pricing and Circulation – 3) Nick Robinson on the Iraq War – 4) China and Press Freedom 28:45
1022 1) Channel 4's chief executive Andy Duncan talks about its future as a public service broadcaster – 2) BBC’s Local Video – 3) The Financial Crisis Revisted – a discussion with Patience Wheatcroft and Gillian Tett – 4) America across the channels 28:19
1029 1) Russell Brand and Jonathan Ross voicemail debacle – 2) How well does the media deal with issues of poverty and deprivation? – 3) How has the economic downturn affected TV advertising? 28:02
1105 1) Interview with Stephen Carter, Britain’s first ever Minister for Communications, Technology and Broadcasting about Channel 4, the licence fee and his mission to draw up a blueprint for "digital Britain" – 2) Radio Okapi – 3) Creative Risk and Comedy 28:12
1112 1) Voting Talent Shows – 2) Lionel Barber, Editor of the Financial Times, explains how he turned around the fortunes of The Financial Times, why he believes journalism is facing a crisis in confidence and explores the differences between the American and British Press – 3) Local Television 28:06
1119 1) Baby P, social workers and the media – 2) Dr Tanya Byron discusses why children’s viewing can and should be controlled – 3) Gaming Certificates – 4) BBC Consultations 28:09
1126 Live from the “Media Festival” in Manchester 1) A talk with Peter Bazalgette, the chair of the festival, and media commentator Emily Bell, about the decisions made last week by the BBC Trust – 2) The Manchester Evening Newspaper and how it is adapting to the digital multimedia revolution – 3) Salford - The Media City 28:13
1203 1) Twitter and the Mumbai Attacks – 2) Domain Names – 3) Simon Cowell and media privacy – 4) Interview with Michael Wolff, author of a new biography on global media baron Rupert Murdoch 28:04
1210 1) The media coverage of the Shannon Matthews story – 2) The plurality of supply in television news in the increasingly devolved nations of the UK – Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland – 3) Media training 28:06
1217 1) Media access to family courts – 2) Is Radio 1 too old? – 3) Indian TV and the Mumbai Attacks – 4) BBC Partnerships 28:03
1224 1) George Bush and the media – 2) US Newspapers – 3) Apollo 8 Christmas Eve Broadcast 27:40
1231 Anne McElvoy (London Evening Standard), Emily Bell (The Guardian) and David Aaronovitch (The Times) discuss 1) Max Mosley’s privacy action against The News of the World – 2) The coverage of the death of Baby P in Haringey – 3) BBC’s handling of what has become known as “Sachsgate” or the Ross/Brand affair 28:21

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