Behind the scenes at BBC Westminster and a nostalgic look back at the Sunday chart show.
Feedback: Behind the scenes at BBC Westminster: 27 Mar 15
Behind the scenes at BBC Westminster ahead of the General Election, And a nostalgic look back at Radio 1's Sunday night chart show.
Feedback: Reporting from Putin's Russia: 20 Mar 15
The BBC's Moscow Correspondent Sarah Rainsford on reporting from Putin's Russia, the Trust's review of BBC music radio and Radio 4's Listeners' Elections.
Feedback: The Archers: 13 Mar 15
Archers addicts question the recent controversial decisions made by editor Sean O Connor. And should BBC Radio create a channel solely dedicated to country music?
Feedback: BBC licence fee: 6 Mar 15
Is there an art to commissioning successful comedy for Radio 4? And should the licence fee be replaced or revamped to suit the changing media landscape?
Feedback: Face the Facts ends: 27 Feb 15
Reporting of Natalie Bennett's so-called 'brain fade', and listeners bid a fond farewell to Face The Facts.
Feedback: coverage of the Dresden bombings: 20 Feb 15
Was the BBC's coverage of the 70th anniversary of the Dresden bombings too one sided? And why did the BBC decide to air graphic audio of the Copenhagen shooting?
Feedback: Do we need more good news? 13 Feb 15
Was a ten hour broadcast of Tolstoy's 'War and Peace' a dramatic delight or a painful interruption? And should the BBC broadcast more good news?
Feedback: Controller of Radio 4: 19 Dec 14
Listeners speak directly to the controller of Radio 4, Gwyneth Williams, to discuss changes to the Archers, on-going budget cuts and the station's 'dazzling digital future'.
Feedback: The Silent Conspiracy: 12 Dec 14
Tom Mangold on The Silent Conspiracy and MI5's relationship with the BBC in the 1970s. And was the exploration of reality TV on Moral Maze little more than an in-joke? Plus what does it take to find "extraordinary stories and remarkable guests"? Roger...
Feedback: Home Front: 7 Dec 14
BBC Trustee Elan Closs Stephens on why listeners' views matter, plus a behind-the-scenes tour of Radio 4's 600-part series Home Front.
Feedback: World Service funding: 28 Nov 14
PM Editor Joanna Carr explains how reality TV updates fit the programme's character. And the outgoing World Service director Peter Horrocks on the service's future.
Feedback: You and Yours duration: 21 Nov 14
Will the daily consumer affairs programme You and Yours ever return to its original length? How does the BBC gauge the views of the silent majority who never make direct contact with the BBC or Feedback? Elizabeth Lane, Research Manager for Radio 4...
Feedback: Newsbeat: 14 Nov 14
BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat has been found in breach of both Ofcom and BBC Editorial Guidelines for its broadcast of an interview with a member of ISIS. Richard Ayre, the Chairman of the BBC Trust's Editorial Standards Committee, explains the ruling. Radio...
Feedback: Re-discovering Hancock's Half Hour: 7 Nov 14
How Robin Sebastian re-creates the comedic voice of Kenneth Williams for Hancock's Half Hour. Plus the dramatic changes sending shock waves through the Archers community. And is the British coverage of German history too focused on conflict?
Feedback: Radio drama in surround sound: 31 Oct 14
The editor of Start the Week on why she thinks Russell Brand was a good fit for her programme. And how surround sound and binaural audio is bringing radio drama to life.
Feedback: Moral Maze's controversial trail: 24 Oct 14
Moral Maze's Michael Buerk faces accusations of victim blaming, and what will experts from diverse backgrounds bring to BBC radio?
Feedback: Political interviews: 17 Oct 14
Listeners discuss the art of the political interview with John Humphrys. What worries Radio 1 Controller Ben Cooper? And which castaway makes Kirsty Young weak at the knees?
Feedback: BBC iPlayer Radio: 10 Oct 14
Jarvis Cocker turns out the lights and takes Feedback backstage for a classical version of Wireless Nights. And iPlayer now gives you 30 days to catch up on your favourite radio.
Feedback: Reporting tough foreign news: 3 Oct 14
Today Editor Jamie Angus on tough foreign news and attracting new listeners. Will the missing minutes of You and Yours return? And Matthew Taylor on political debate.
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