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  • 25/11/2022
    The Welsh national football team has made the World Cup for the first time in 64 years. Graham Davies, Managing Editor, Sport at BBC Wales joins Andrea Catherwood to answer listeners’ comments and discuss the challenges of reporting on football and the issues surrounding it at the World Cup in Qatar. The Radio 4 drama Dear Harry Kane by writer James Fritz highlighted the plight of the migrant workers who built the stadiums in Qatar. The play centres around Nisal, played by Hiran Abeysekera, a life-long Spurs fan from Sri Lanka. He travels to Qatar to work on the construction of the stadiums where his hero, Harry Kane, will one day play. But nothing can prepare Nisal for the working conditions he faces. It struck a chord with many of you. Salford flatmates Gabe Brindle and Yonna Rogers are our listeners in the Vox Box. With local radio facing new cuts to programmes, they review BBC Radio Lancashire’s Garry Scott. And comedian turned copper Alfie Moore from Radio 4 comedy It’s a Fair Cop faces a listener interrogation. A Whistledown production for BBC Radio 4
  • 18/11/2022
    Radio 4 series Disaster Trolls investigates how victims of the Manchester Arena bombing and other UK terror attacks have been targeted by conspiracy theorists. Andrea Catherwood puts listeners' comments to BBC Disinformation and Social Media Correspondent Marianna Spring and recovering conspiracist Brent Lee. Assistant Editor, BBC Monitoring, Olga Robinson joins Andrea to talk about her work helping News teams report on disinformation and conspiracy theories. Also, the BBC has been receiving letters from listeners since it started broadcasting 100 years ago. Former BBC Producer Colin Shindler has collected classics for his book “I am Sure I Speak for Many Others" and he shares them with Andrea. And we hear what listeners have had to say about BBC Radio coverage of the recent Just Stop Oil protests on the M25. Presented by Andrea Catherwood Produced by Gill Davies A Whistledown Scotland production for BBC Radio 4
  • 11/11/2022
    Fi Glover joins Andrea Catherwood for a chat about the end of the Fortunately podcast, and life at and beyond the BBC. In the week of the US mid-term elections, Jonathan Aspinwall, Senior News Editor, and Marianna Spring, the BBC's Disinformation and Social Media Correspondent join Andrea to discuss listeners views on the new series of the Americast podcast. We have more comments from the audience on the planned cuts to BBC Local Radio programmes and, as a former local radio presenter, Fi Glover also gives her view on the matter, And Feedback listeners Eirene Houston and Lesley Atkins are in the Vox Box this week to listen to the Radio 4 drama documentary Exit Game which explores the ultra-competitive world of the professional men’s football youth system. Presented by Andrea Catherwood Produced by Gill Davies A Whistledown Scotland production for BBC Radio 4
  • 04/11/2022
    Andrea Catherwood puts listeners’ comments on the proposed BBC Local Radio cuts to Jason Horton, Acting Director BBC England. Jeremy Howe, Editor of The Archers, and actor Maddie Leslay, who plays Chelsea Horrobin, answer listeners’ comments on the big storyline in recent weeks - Chelsea’s pregnancy. We hear audience views on former leader of UKIP, Nigel Farage’s appearance on The World at One to discuss immigration. And Radio 3’s Soundscape of a Century, celebrating the BBC’s 100th anniversary, featured music and audio from the BBC Archive. Listeners tell us what they thought of the marathon eight-hour broadcast. A Whistledown Scotland production for BBC Radio 4
  • 28/10/2022
    Andrea Catherwood explores what it’s like to report on an unprecedented week in politics with Deputy Political Editor of BBC News, Vicki Young, who responds to audience comments on the news coverage. Alexei Sayle joins Andrea to discuss impartiality in comedy and listeners give us their views on his Imaginary Sandwich Bar, back for a fourth series on Radio 4. 
Toby Jones and his brother Rupert are in the Vox Box this week to listen to their dad, actor Freddy Jones’s Desert Island Discs, recently uncovered in a haul of more than 90 lost editions of the programme. Presented by Andrea Catherwood Produced by Gill Davies A Whistledown Scotland production for BBC Radio 4

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