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The Media Show


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  • Climate change and the challenge for media
    Heat pumps, net zero, decarbonisation, the Paris agreement. With less than 2 weeks to go until Cop26, we’re being deluged with detail and jargon. But how much do you actually understand about climate change? Do you even know what COP actually stands for? (It’s Conference of the Parties if you don’t). Katie Razzall asks what role the media has in educating us about climate change. Maybe you feel hectored rather than informed? Or maybe you think the media isn’t going far enough; if we now face an existential crisis, should journalists dispense with the notion of objectivity and become activists in the fight to save the planet? Guests: Daniela Chiaretti, environment reporter at Brazil’s biggest financial newspaper Valor Econômico, Natasha Clark, environment correspondent for The Sun, Tom Chivers, science editor for UnHerd, and Wolfgang Blau, co-founder of the Oxford Climate Journalism Network. Presenter: Katie Razzall Studio engineer: Tim Heffer Producer: Richard Hooper
  • Saudi Arabia's media ambition
    The Saudi Arabian purchase of Newcastle football club has been a huge news story. But football isn't the only area of British public life in which the Saudis play a part. The Evening Standard and The Independent can both trace their ownership back to Saudi Arabia, while in the US, media giants including Disney and Netflix have large Saudi investments. But does this actually affect the journalism we read or the television we watch? Also in the programme, the classic American music magazine Rolling Stone has launched in the UK. So why – when so many publications are shrinking – was this the right moment to launch? Guests: Vivienne Walt, correspondent at Fortune, Areeb Ullah, journalist at Middle East Eye, Sanam Vakil, Deputy Director of the Middle East and North Africa Programme at Chatham House, Jim Waterson, Media Editor at The Guardian and Darren Styles, Managing Director of Rolling Stone UK. Studio engineer: Giles Aspen Producer: Hannah Sander Presenter: Katie Razzall
  • Are the public interested in public interest news?
    A global investigation and the largest leak of offshore data in history has produced the Pandora Papers. Journalists around the world have had front-page splashes on alleged corruption and money-laundering. Meanwhile in the US, a whistle-blowing former Facebook employee has appeared before Congress, accusing the company of harming democracy. And a piece in The New York Times seems to have brought down a wunderkind news organisation. But how interested are the public in these public interest stories? Is there a trick to keeping stories of this size at the top of the bulletins? And can public interest journalism still have an impact on the world? Guests: Juliette Garside, Deputy Business Editor at The Guardian; Margot Gibbs, Investigative Reporter at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists; Ben Smith, Media Columnist at The New York Times, Alexandra Suich Bass, Senior Columnist at The Economist. Studio engineer: Donald MacDonald Producer: Hannah Sander Presenter: Rajan Datar (Picture credit: Facebook whistle-blower Frances Haugen speaks to the US Congress. Getty Images)
  • Politicians and the press
    It’s party conference season. Political journalists are dashing around the country from fringe event to meeting room. Politicians beyond government are having their moment in the media spotlight. So how has Labour leader Keir Starmer handled the press attention? Does he have the same level of newspaper backing that Tony Blair or Boris Johnson could count on? Also in the programme, Netflix has revealed its most watched shows. How has a Korean horror-drama claimed top spot - and where is The Crown? Guests: Aaron Bastani, co-founder of Novara Media; Jane Merrick, Policy Editor at the i newspaper; Jack Peat, founder of The London Economic; Lara O'Reilly, Media Editor at Insider. Studio engineer: Donald MacDonald Producer: Hannah Sander Presenter: Rajan Datar
  • Gary Lineker: presenter, influencer, campaigner
    His TV audience is in the millions. His new game show launches soon on ITV. He has over 8 million followers on Twitter. And he wasn’t too bad at football either. So how did Gary Lineker become a media powerhouse? From Des Lynham's presenting tips to the effect of TV rights deals on football, Lineker tracks his transition from superstar player to Saturday night TV host. But does he ever worry his social media posts could damage the BBC's reputation for impartiality? Studio engineer: Sue Maillot Producer: Hannah Sander Presenter: Ros Atkins

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