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  • Writing a First Draft of History
    Journalist Gary Younge has seen up close some of the defining moments of our age. From Nelson Mandela's rise to power, to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, to the Black Lives Matter protests, he's been there to report the story. Presenter: Katie Razzall Producer: Dan Hardoon
  • The Great Impartiality Debate
    After a tweet by Gary Lineker triggered a BBC crisis, The Media Show asks whether the concept of impartiality is still relevant to audiences. What does the word even mean? Are BBC guidelines compatible with wider trends in media of opinionated presenters and loud polemic? And might the fallout from Lineker's tweet even hasten the end of the licence fee? Ros Atkins and Katie Razzall debate with an expert panel. Producers: Helen Fitzhenry and Dan Hardoon Presenters: Ros Atkins and Katie Razzall
  • We Need to Talk About Gary
    The BBC says that it is having a “frank conversation” with Gary Lineker after he tweeted that the language setting out the government’s new plan for small boats crossing the channel was "not dissimilar to that used by Germany in the 30s". Also in the programme, Elon Musk picks a twitter fight with a sacked employee – and then says sorry, and the role algorithms play in how we consume media. Guests: Roger Mosey, former director of BBC Sport, Alva Ray, Host of POLITICO’s Westminster Insider Podcast, Kara Swisher, Host of "On with Kara Swisher", Noah Giansiracusa, Associate Professor of Mathematics at Bentley University, and Katy Leeson, CEO of Relentless Media Presenter: Ros Atkins Producer: Helen Fitzhenry
  • Covid's back in the news
    The Daily Telegraph has got hold of thousands of WhatsApp messages sent by Matt Hancock when he was Health secretary during the pandemic. Meanwhile, the FBI has said it believes the most likely explanation for the origin of the pandemic is a lab leak in China. Both stories provide big questions for the business of journalism; what are the ethics of working with leaked private correspondence, and were some journalists too quick to dismiss the 'lab leak theory' when it first emerged? Guests: Heather Brooke, freedom of information campaigner; Vivian Schiller, executive director of Aspen Digital; Paul Nuki, senior editor, Global Health Security and Campaigns at The Telegraph; Tim Caulfield, professor of health law and science policy at the University of Alberta; Pippa Allen-Kinros, Full Fact, and Erik Wemple, Washington Post columnist Presenter: Ros Atkins Producer: Helen Fitzhenry
  • The 'shameful' coverage of Nicola Bulley
    Nicola Bulley's family have denounced some media coverage of her disappearance as 'shameful'. What are the lessons for the media in reporting missing person cases? Also in the programme, a year on from Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, how has war reporting changed? Guests: Josh Halliday, north of England correspondent at The Guardian; Andy Trotter, former chief constable, British Transport Police; Orla Guerin, senior international correspondent at BBC News; Kateryna Malofieieva, freelance journalist and producer; Rohit Kachroo, global security editor at ITN; John Sweeney, independent journalist. Producer: Dan Hardoon Presenter: Katie Razzall

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