Feedback: 14 Sep 12: 5Live's Olympic legacy09/14/14
What's the Olympic legacy for BBC 5Live? Listeners to Radio 1 want to know how different mornings will be with new presenter Nick Grimshaw at the mic. Plus the future of Radio 4's Thought for The Day.
Is BBC coverage of the Israel-Gaza conflict biased? And what do news cuts mean for radio?
Feedback: Climate Change Coverage: 4 Jul 14
Debating climate change, Any Questions' slip up, and is 5Live's Radio Bloke back? Plus Sven and the art of innuendo maintenance.
Feedback: Anti-Austerity Coverage: 27 Jun 14
Why did the BBC devote so little news coverage to a 50,000-strong anti-austerity protest? Should the "n word" be used on air? And did Jack Dee really threaten to quit Clue?
Feedback: Radio 2 Schedule Changes; 20 Jun 14
Why has Radio 2 cut its live through-the-night programming? Controller Bob Shennan talks cutbacks. And was the UKIP coverage all too much?
Feedback: The Archers Editor: 25 Apr 14
With The Archers taking a dramatic turn this week (switch off if you don't want to hear a spoiler before the omnibus on Sunday!), listeners question its recently appointed editor, Sean O'Connor, about whether he's making their favourite programme too...
Feedback: BBC iPlayer App: 18 Apr 14
Today Editor Jamie Angus gives his first radio interview. Problems with the BBC radio iPlayer app. And a visit to radio's longest running daily programme, the Daily Service.
Feedback: Pistorius coverage: 11 Apr 14
Pistorius trial coverage – salacious and voyeuristic? Is 6.30pm the time for jokes about group sex in parks? And Jane Garvey gives us her thoughts on the Woman's Hour Power List.
Feedback: Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: 4 Apr 2014
Was it insensitive to broadcast Ruth Archer's miscarriage on Mother's Day? We go hitchhiking with Dirk Maggs and John Lloyd. And why is Radio 4 Long Wave dropping off air?
Feedback: Evan Davis vs Iain Duncan-Smith: 28 Mar 14
Evan Davis gives Iain Duncan-Smith what for - but listeners wonder what for? 5Live's Peter Allen on the station's 20th birthday. And Radio 3 crosses the river to meet the audience.
Feedback: last-minute schedule changes: 21 Mar 14
We go deep into the Moral Maze with Michael Buerk and panellists. John Finnemore on permanently grounding Cabin Pressure. And last-minute schedule changes on Radio 4.
Feedback: John Humphrys: 14 Mar 14
Is anyone at the BBC listening? This week we'll be talking to John Humphrys about whether liberal bias at the BBC has put it out of step with public opinion, and whether anything is changing. And there's a tale of sabotage and sacrilege in a...
Feedback: The Oscars, Long Wave & Broadcasting House 7 Mar 14
Bono! Bono! Colin Paterson tells us about his Alan Partridge moment at the Oscars. Also, the mysterious case of the disappearing programme and we raid the Broadcasting House inbox.
Feedback: The Exorcist: 28 Feb 14
Does Radio 4's production of The Exorcist spell the start of ghastly goings on at the network? Your views on the future of the licence fee. And we Access All Areas at Radio 1. Also, what does power really mean? We'll be speaking to the editor of...
Feedback: Science coverage: 21 Feb 14
The Today programme says its science coverage is fair, balanced and impartial. Listeners disagree. Also, is there enough Sochi on 5Live? And we're backstage at the R2 Folk Awards.
Feedback: Climate change: 14 Feb 14
Should Today have invited Lord Lawson to comment on climate change? Why have changes been made to BBC iPlayer? And we discuss the BBC's Scottish referendum coverage.
Feedback: Who sets the news agenda? 7 Feb 14
Too tabloid. Obsessed with sex. Not enough real news. Some of the criticisms of BBC Radio News. We put concerns to the Editor of the BBC Radio Newsroom. And is Ambridge Extra taking off its wellies for good? Some of your reactions to the news that The...
Feedback: Coverage of Nelson Mandela's death: 13 Dec 13
Did the BBC overdo the coverage of Nelson Mandela's death? And should music be kept off Radio 4? Plus a visit to Ambridge.
Feedback: Too much Nigella on Radio 4? 6 Dec 13
Was Radio 4's coverage of Nigella Lawson's appearance in court "too tabloid"? And wellies on for a trip to Ambridge to meet the Archers archivist. Also, why has Radio 4 been asking sailors how they get their weather information? Does this signal the...
Feedback: R2 changes: 29 Nov 13
Is easy listening dead on Radio 2? The station's Controller, Bob Shennan, answers your questions. And were the French accents on Book of the Week a bit OTT - or even un peu trop?
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