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BBC Radio 4 - Media Show 2009


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07.01 0107 1) The shadow culture secretary Jeremy Hunt talks about public service broadcasting, the future of Channel 4 and the effectiveness of the BBC Trust. – 2) Jeremy Bowen and Marie Colvin examine whether Israel's ban on foreign journalists in Gaza is affecting our understanding of events. – 3) David Liddiment and Jaci Stephen discuss the risks of introducing new talent to established programmes. 28:01
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21.01 0121 1) Ofcom's Public Service Broadcasting Review recommendations – 2) The findings of a major new report into the current state of British journalism – 3) Jonathan Ross returns to the airwaves – 4) The implications of a landmark ruling forcing newspapers in Northern Ireland to pixelate photographs of criminals. 28:06
28.01 0128 1) Interview with the chairman of the BBC Trust Sir Michael Lyons – 2) Why weekly black newspaper The New Nation has gone into administration and what that means for the future of the black press in the UK – 3) Five years after it was published, Greg Dyke look back at The Hutton report. 28:20
04.02 0204 1) Are children exploited in reality TV programmes? – 2) Should the press operate under greater restrictions during a financial crisis? – 3) Interview with Andrew Neil about launching the channel Sky alongside Rupert Murdoch back in 1989 28:07
11.02 0211 1) New report suggests that the BBC could improve its programmes for children – 2) Interview with the former Now editor Jane Ennis about the media exposure surrounding TV reality star Jade Goody and her illness – 3) Should MP's back a proposal to introduce a "conscience clause" allowing journalists to refuse unethical suggestions from editors? 28:22
18.02 0218 M: Ed Stourton – 1) Interview with a journalist covering the Bush fires in Australia – 2) How reporters can be best supported when covering traumatic events – 3) Are sub-editors really a layer of staff that "can be eliminated" from newsrooms? – 4) A nostalgic look at Teletext - Will it fall victim to the digital future? 28:19
25.02 0225 1) Interview with Chief Executive Dawn Airey about the future of Channel 5 – 2) The latest controversy surrounding Facebook – 3) Can there be such a thing as privacy on the internet? – 4) Should broadcasters be doing more to challenge attitudes to disability on TV? 28:25
04.03 0304 1) The role of the media 25 years after the Miners' Strike – 2) ITV results – 3) Interview with MP Denis MacShane about why he fears journalism is under threat – 4) Journalist Ann Leslie discuss whether optimistic news is the future 28:14
11.03 0311 1) The future for broadcasting the "crown jewels" of British sport – 2) Changes to the Editor's Code relating to reporting suicide – 3) Interview with Viviane Reding, the European Commissioner for Information, about Society and Media. 28:13
18.03 0318 1) Interview with the chairman of the Press Complaints Commission Sir Christopher Meyer about their annual report – 2) The pitfalls of behavioural advertising – 3) Ten years of The Metro – 4) Interview with playwright David Edgar about whether BBC drama needs to be impartial 28:25
25.03 0325 1) As further job losses in the regional press are announced – what is the future for journalism in the UK? – 2) A look back at pirate station Radio Caroline – 3) Barack Obama’s visit next week 28:35
01.04 0401 1) Interview with David Frost about contemporary TV and politcial interviewing – 2) Are journalists being forced to become part of the story rather than merely observing in experiential journalism? – 3) Has media reporting of political sleaze reached a tipping point from which the Labour government can not recover? 28:24
15.04 0415 M: Ed Stourton – 1) Interview with two journalists who have been expelled from Fiji as military leaders clamp down on the press – 2) Britain's libel laws – 3) Interview with Don Foster, the Liberal Democrat Shadow Culture, Media and Sport Secretary – 4) What Setanta's difficulties mean for football – 5) Why journalists choose to use pen names 27:52
29.04 0429 1) Discussion with the editor of Panorama about the ethics of undercover reporting and the case of Margaret Haywood, the nurse who was struck off after filming her patients covertly for Panorama – 2) Interview with Lord Chris Smith, chairman of the Advertising Standards Authority, about the most complained about ads – 3) Twitter's take on the swine flu epidemic – 4) What future is there for commercial radio? 28:19
06.05 0506 1) A talk with chief executive of Channel 4 Andy Duncan and Ben Fenton, chief media correspondent at the Financial Times, about Channel 4's results – 2) John Gaunt about SunTalk Radio – 3) A discussion with Matt Wells, head of audio at the Guardian, and technologist and writer Becky Hogge about how broadcasting should be regulated on the internet – 4) Are potential legal action deterring newspapers from running controversial stories? 28:18
13.05 0513 1) Interview with journalists Andrew Neil and Philip Stevens about the Telegraph's MPs expenses scoop and the way the story has been reported by the media – 2) Samir Shah on the BBC's new head of religion – 3) Katrina Leskanich, formerly of Katrina and the Waves and executive producer of last year's Eurovision, Kevin Bishop, explain Eurovision's new voting system 28:09
20.05 0520 1) Discussion with singer-songwriter and political activist Billy Bragg about a new French law where persistent unauthorised downloaders are disconnected from the web – 2) Radio 4 pulls the plug on Go4it - What holds the future for children's radio? – 3) How should the surplus BBC licence fee - originally earmarked for the government's digital switchover - be put to best use? 28:21
27.05 0527 1) Matthew Bannister discuss Jonathan Ross' pre-recorded radio show – 2) Media analyst and PR guru Julia Hobsbawm and author Adrian Henriques look at whether organisations can stand up to greater media scrutiny and survive – 3) Writer Jed Mecurio and Channel 4's David Glover debate the impact on how the medical profession is represented on TV – 4) Mathew Horsman about the lowdown on Project Canvas 28:16
03.06 0603 1) Interview with Ben Brown, the BBC's veteran war correspondent about the addictive nature of war reporting and the psychological impact it can have in later life – 2) Interview with Craig Philips, the first winner of Big Brother, about the duty of care owed by broadcasters for the contestants – 3) What implications a Waitrose-funded documentary about overfishing may mean for the future of investigative journalism – 4) Anne McElvoy discusses the potential risks of running headline-grabbing editorials 28:13
10.06 0610 1) Ofcom's Stewart Purvis and the BBC's John Tate discuss the future for Local TV News – 2) Interview with journalist Shiv Malik about the extent to which anti-terror laws are restricting freedom of expression – 3) Victoria Wood accuses quiz shows of being male-dominated and testosterone-fuelled. The writer Kathy Lette and Jo Bunting, producer of Have I Got News for You? discuss if it is a fair criticism 28:06
17.06 0617 1) A talk with Lord Stephen Carter about his Digital Britain report – 2) Disucssion about the Digital Britain proposals with Emily Bell, Tim Suter and Bill Thompson – 3) The impact of the ban on journalists in Iran – 4) International Editor of Channel 4, Lindsay Hilsum and SOAS Professor Annabelle Sreberny discuss viral media 27:58
24.06 0624 BBC Director General Mark Thompson gives his first public reaction to the Government's Digital Britain proposals to break the BBC's historic monopoly on the television licence fee. He also responds to questions about the position of Sir Alan Sugar as government advisor and presenter of BBC One's "The Apprentice", executive pay and expenses, and much else besides. And he gives a first reaction the BBC's new proposals on taste and decency following the Ross/Brand affair on Radio 2 published today 28:31
01.07 0701 A special session recorded live at the Radio Academy’s Radio Festival in Nottingham. BBC Director of Audio and Music Tim Davie and veteran broadcaster Paul Gambaccini discuss the switch over from analogue radio to digital, BBC executive pay, the future of Radio 1 and Radio 2, the competition between the BBC and commercial radio stations, and how we’ll be listening to radio in future – or possibly watching it. 28:41
08.07 0708 1) Sly Bailey, the chief executive of Trinity Mirror, talks about her recent decision to close nine local paper titles and explains how her company is faring in the current economic climate. – 2) The Ashes cricket series will not longer be available on terrestrial TV – 3) “Hyper-local” sites – 4) Interview with Zuhair al Jezairy, founder of the news agency, Voice of Iraq, about the importance of independent journalism in Iraq 28:30
15.07 0715 1) Telephone hacking – is a press privacy law inevitable? – 2) Are science breakthrouhgs responsibly reported by the media? – 3) Ben Frenton from the Financial Times analyses Ben Bradshaw's comments about the BBC 28:10
22.07 0722 1) Ageism & women on TV – 2) Post recession, what shape will TV advertising be in? – 3) Rachel Johnson spells out her vision as the new editor of The Lady magazine – 4) What was Walter Cronkite's media legacy? 28:08
29.07 0729 1) BBC sharing news videos with newspaper websites – 2) BSkyB - pay TV making a profit in the recession – 3) The BBC Asian Network tries to win back listeners – 4) STV - what's on offer for Scottish viewers? 28:13
08.05 0805 1) With owners the Guardian Media Group making a loss, is this the end of the road for the Observer? – 2) Council-owned local newspapers; making news websites pay – 3) New ways of doing journalism 28:18
12.08 0812 1) The impact of naming those responsible for the death of Baby P – 2) Press TV and a dilemma for journalists – 3) A possible presidential debate for Brown and Cameron – 4) Who will be the next CEO of ITV? 27:59
19.08 0819 1) Was the BBC right to ask George Alagiah to step down from the Fairtrade Foundation? – 2) Is Media Studies really a soft option? – 3) The launch of the Oxo factor 28:11
26.08 0826 1) Breaking News: Dominic Mohan is the new editor of the Sun – 2) Mandelson's u-turn on illegal downloads – 3) Video on demand – 4) The battle between Strictly Come Dancing and the X Factor resumes – 5) Rupert Murdoch's London Paper is going to close 27:37
02.09   1) Interview with Director of BBC Audio and Music Tim Davie – 2) Sky's bid to host an election debate with party leaders fehlt
09.09   1) The futer of the BBC – 2) The power of Google fehlt
16.09 0916 1) Andy Duncan leaves Channel 4 – 2) Phil Redmond on the problem with children's TV – 3) Journalism in Sri Lanka. 28:13
23.09 0923 1) Steve Hewlett is joined by Fraser Nelson the Spectator's new editor to discuss the influence of political weeklies – 2) The story behind ITV's legal action against STV – 3) Smart phone applications 28:21
30.09 0930 The Sun endorses Tories (discussion with Trevor Kavanagh) – 2) News impartiality (disucssion with Richard Tait) – 3) Older female newsreaders (discussion with agent Sue Ayton) – 4)Political speeches (discussion with Julia Hartley-Brewer from the Sunday Express) 28:17
07.10 1007 1) UK's election debates (discussion with political columnist Anne McElvoy) – 2) BNP (discussion with Mehdi Hasan from the New Statesman and Ric Bailey from BBC policy) – 3) The Voice of the Viewer and Listener 25 years on 27:35
14.10   1) The Guardian editor gives us the inside story on the legal battle to report on Parliament – 2) The Comment Awards – 3) Concerns for media pluralism in Italy – 4) Update on how the first internet-only broadcast of an England football match worked – 5) Reaction to the BBC securing highlights at the eleventh hour fehlt
21.10 1021 1) Interview with culture secretary Ben Bradshaw about his plans for the future of UK broadcasting, print and online – 2) The BBC Trust – 3) New media impact on newspaper opinion 28:02
28.10   1) Minister David Lammy on copyright – 2) BNP on Question Time – 3) The web as a great democracy? fehlt
04.11   1) Reporting drugs – 2) Comedy and offence – 3) Media historian Professor Jean Seaton explains why she is concerned about web-based protests – 4) Internet guru Steven Johnson fehlt
11.11 1111 1) The Sun Gordon Brown's letter – 2) Reforming libel law – 3) The X Factor – 4) The Sun's managing editor Graham Dudman tells us the story behind the paper's coverage of the letter Gordon Brown sent to Jacqui Janes 28:22
18.11 1118 1) The PCC fights back – 2) Belle de Jour: India Knight gives the inside story of her interview with Dr Brooke Magnanti, the woman behind the Belle de Jour blog – 3) Channel 5 newsreader James Partridge – 4) ITV changes 28:09
25.11 1125 1) Changes to BBC Worldwide – an interview with Sir Michael Lyons, chairman of the BBC Trust, – 2) The Oprah Winfrey effect – 3) ITV regional news – a talk with Alex Connock of Ten Alps 28:14
02.12 1202 1) Victoria Derbyshire on BBC Five Live is broadcasting from Harare – 2) Jeremy Hunt on BBC Pay – 3) Tiger Woods's reputation 28:20
09.12 1209 1) Peter Fincham on the X Factor – 2) Media and the Royal privacy – 3) Geordie Greig on making the Evening Standard free 28:18
16.12 1216 1) Is fear of crime preventing crime reporting? – 2) Simon Cowell's plans for a Political X Factor – 3) Protecting journalists' anonymous sources – 4) Radio Times editor Ben Preston 28:18
23.12 1223 1) Sky attacks BBC plans for internet TV – 2) Veteran US TV producer Phil Alonghi on staging presidential debates – 3) Nicholas Coleridge on the year at Conde Nast – 4) Remembering Sir Bob Phillis 28:08
30.12 1230 Steve Hewlett's joined by Simon Jenkins, Emily Bell, Mehdi Hasan and Trevor Kavanagh to discuss the media year: - 1) MPs' expenses – 2) BBC pay – 3) Libel and privacy – 4) The Sun changing sides from Labour to the Conservatives 28:08

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