The Media Show
Media: Jeremy Clarkson fired by the BBC plus SNP media...03/25/15
Steve Hewlett hears from BBC creative director Alan Yentob on why star Jeremy Clarkson has been sacked and from Guido Fawkes, the blogger behind the million-name petition to reinstate the Top Gear star. He also discusses the political implications of...
The Media Show: Jeremy Clarkson fired by the BBC, SNP media policy
The BBC's creative director Alan Yentob on dropping Jeremy Clarkson. With Steve Hewlett.
Media: The Clarkson row and how best to handle "difficult" stars; the...
Steve Hewlett looks at how the BBC is handling the latest Jeremy Clarkson controversy and the challenges of managing "difficult" TV presenters. Plus the future for Netflix and the Green Party's media policy.
Media: Older people in the media; Top Gear brand; TV election debates.
How the absence of Clarkson could impact the Top Gear brand; how the media represents older people; the challenges of organising an election debate. Producer: Katy Takatsuki.
Media: The Director General of the BBC, Tony Hall, on funding,...
Steve Hewlett talks to the Director General of the BBC, Tony Hall, on the future of funding, driving efficiency, and how the organisation is governed. Producer: Katy Takatsuki.
Media: Can BBC Three be bought?; how BARB measures TV audiences; 'FIFA...
Media: Danny Cohen on the reasons why BBC Three can't be bought; how to measure the popularity of TV programmes; 'FIFA Files' journalists on their big story. Producer: Katy Takatsuki.
Media: Advertisers and editorial; British drama; "Immigration Street"
Do advertisers influence editorial?; the growing global success of British drama; and why Channel 4 has reduced the run of "Immigration Street".
Media: Protecting journalists' sources; American news anchors; football...
Protecting journalists' sources; the value of American news anchors to networks; the rising cost of premier league football; Sports Radio.
Media: Head of BBC Trust's first major speech; the battle for sports...
The head of the BBC Trust's first major speech; Sky, BT and the battle for sports rights; and Sky's strategy to diversify away from sports with big budget 'Fortitude'.
Media: The future of news; Entertainment shows; Page 3 and The Sun
The future of news and journalism on the web; the elusive search for hit entertainment shows; the Sun's PR strategy for Page 3.
Media: End of Page 3?; Josie Cunningham's agent; Sir Alan Moses on...
Media: What the end of Page 3 could mean for red top rivals; Josie Cunningham's agent on her controversial media 'strategy'; Sir Alan Moses on regulating the press.
Media: Publishing Charlie Hebdo images; Newsbeat's editor; Channel 4's...
The dilemma of editors on whether to re-publish Charlie Hebdo's latest front cover; Newsbeat's editor on engaging young people with news; Channel 4's plan to increase diversity.
Media: Prince Andrew coverage; postponing of Royal doc; Peter Greste...
The press coverage of the Prince Andrew story; the BBC postpones Royal documentary; Peter Greste wins a retrial, and the impact of the Freedom of Information Act ten years on.
Media: Chat shows with Graham Norton 31 Dec 14
The changing nature of chat shows with host Graham Norton; Elaine Bedell, Director of Entertainment and Comedy at ITV; Jonathan Shalit, Chair of talent management agency Roar Global; and the Guardian TV critic Julia Raeside.
Media: ABC Entertainment, Monty Penguin, Snow Wolf
Paul Lee, ABC Entertainment President on finding the next hits such as 'Modern Family and 'Desperate Housewives'; How Monty the Penguin became a hit; The Snow Wolf and natural history filming and John Sergeant on John Freeman's legacy.
Media: BT's EE talks; journalism and PR; Ofcom's review into C4; London...
BT's exclusive talks to buy EE; journalism's changing relationship with PR; Ofcom's review into C4; Tindle London weeklies launch.
Media: BBC plans for the future of BBC3, Press regulation panel
The BBC's Director of Television on transforming BBC3 for a digital age; The new Chair of the Press Regulation Panel.
Media: The Times growth; Christopher Jefferies; front page tabloid...
The Times and The Sunday Times turning a profit; Christopher Jefferies - real crime drama; Representation of women in the media - changing the display of newspaper front pages.
Media: Sun editor on white van man; The National launches in Scotland;...
Media: Sun editor David Dinsmore on the white van man and David Mellor exclusives; pro-independence paper 'The National' launches in Scotland; Birmingham gets a new local TV operator.
Media: Ed Richards; licence fee; Trinity Mirror closures; teen blog on...
Departing CEO of Ofcom; Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen on scrapping the BBC’s licence fee; the award-winning teen who blogs about OCD; Trinity Mirror regional paper closures.
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