Should the BBC use the name Islamic State? And Marcus Brigstocke on future radio comedy.
A Today interview is never an easy ride for politicians. But listeners tuning in this week felt Evan Davis's interview with the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Iain Duncan Smith, too things too far. We hear those views. It's an altogether...
How does Radio 4 decide when to change the schedule? The death of Tony Benn last week disrupted some listeners when an Inspector Rebus drama was cancelled in favour of a documentary about the Labour grandee. Then, on Monday morning, the advertised...
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...
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?
Feedback: Robbie Williams on Radio 4: 22 Nov 13
Radio 1 won't play Robbie Williams but Radio 4 welcomed him with open arms to a new series of Mastertapes. But does his music belong on a speech network? When Any Questions visited the historic Chartwell House for last Friday's broadcast, presenter...
Feedback: BBC impartiality: 15 Nov 13
Can the BBC be truly impartial for the Scottish Referendum? And too much kitchen, not enough courtroom? Listeners views on the Profile of the new Director of Public Prosecutions. Also this week, meet the new generation of Just A Minute panellists who...
Feedback: Reith Lectures: 8 Nov 13
Grayson Perry is the most talked-about Reith Lecturer in years and is undoubtedly entertaining. But have his lectures been intellectual enough? We ask the Commissioning Editor. Changes to BBC iPlayer are afoot which will mean that many programmes...
Feedback: GF Newman's The Corrupted, 1 Nov 13
Why did Radio 4 decide to run ten consecutive episodes of G F Newman's The Corrupted in the Afternoon Drama slot? And Jane Garvey on the past and future of women broadcasters.
Feedback: CBeebies Radio: 25 Oct 13
We revisit our listener panel of four mothers in Cambridge to find out how they got along when they tried to find and use CBeebies Radio. Morwenna Banks, the writer of star-studded drama Goodbye explains why she chose radio to tell a powerful story of...
Feedback: climate change sceptics: 18 Oct 13
Should climate science be balanced with sceptical opinion? And what's it like to be a castaway? Naturalist Chris Packham on his Desert Island Discs experience. Plus where has CBeebies radio been hiding?
Feedback: Is watching radio the future? 11 Oct 13
When is a radio station not a radio station? When it's audio-visual BBC Radio 1. And why have some Radio 3 listeners been throwing popcorn at their radios?
Feedback: Comedy: 23 Aug 13
Why commission Marmite comedy? And is it ok to be offensive? These questions and more in a special edition of Feedback recorded at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
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