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  • 03/12/2021
    Is BBC Radio 2 so concerned about recruiting younger listeners that it is neglecting its loyal, older audience? In Feedback this week, Roger Bolton puts this and other concerns from listeners to the Head of Station, Helen Thomas, and asks whether Radio 2’s remit has changed. And Martha Kearney, Presenter of Radio 4’s Today programme, gives the behind-the-scenes story on being interrupted live on air by a fire alarm and obliged to flee the studio. Presenter: Roger Bolton Producer: Kate Dixon Executive Producer: Samir Shah A Juniper Connect production for BBC Radio 4
    12/3/2021
    27:41
  • 26/11/2021
    Why did World at One decide to carry a long interview with one of the brothers of Ghislaine Maxwell? WATO’s Editor Natasha Shallice responds to listeners’ criticisms in an interview with Roger Bolton. Also did Radio 4’s You and Yours do enough to fact check the claims made when it put antivaxxers on the air? And two listeners give their verdict on a podcast about the rise, fall and trial of the Fake Heiress Anna Delvey. Presenter: Roger Bolton Producer: Kate Dixon Executive Producer: Samir Shah A Juniper Connect production for BBC Radio 4
    11/26/2021
    27:37
  • 19/11/2021
    In a programme broadcast during COP 26, Radio 4’s The Food Programme looked at “how meat and dairy can play a positive role for the future of people and the planet”. Did it analyse the argument or promote it, and did presenter Dan Saladino need to record from inside an abattoir in such graphic detail? He answers these questions and others from listeners. One of the BBC’s key podcast commissioners talks about whether she thinks there is a future for broadcast radio. And two listeners have a sparky reaction to an interview with the film maker Mike Leigh? Presenter: Roger Bolton Producer: Kate Dixon Executive Producer: Samir Shah A Juniper Connect production for BBC Radio 4
    11/19/2021
    27:37
  • 12/11/2021
    Is the climate crisis so serious that the BBC should start campaigning about it? As COP26 comes to a conclusion, that’s one of the questions from listeners put to the BBC’s outgoing Science Editor David Shukman. And Feedback tries to seduce two listeners with some unusual classical music on a Radio 3 programme, did it work? Presenter: Roger Bolton Producer: Kate Dixon Executive Producer: Samir Shah A Juniper Connect production for BBC Radio 4
    11/12/2021
    27:41
  • 05/11/2021
    Is the BBC’s journalism impartial? The Government doesn’t think so, which is tricky for the Corporation as it negotiates the next licence fee settlement. The BBC has now produced a ten-point plan to improve matters, Roger Bolton examines it with a member of the BBC Executive Committee, Rhodri Talfan Davies, who is also the BBC’s Director of Nations. Roger also hears from the BBC broadcaster Stephen Nolan on why he is investigating his own employer, and why he is frustrated with the Corporation’s non-co-operation. And was a Radio 4 programme called White Mischief, truly mischievous? Listeners give their views. Presenter: Roger Bolton Producer: Kate Dixon Executive Producer: Samir Shah A Juniper Connect production for BBC Radio 4
    11/5/2021
    27:42

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