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Jean Seaton comments on the BBC’s plan to axe radio reporters

Jean Seaton has been interviewed by The Observer about the BBC’s plans to axe radio reporters. The article, by Vanessa Thorpe, details plans by the BBC to require all […]

13 September 2020

Jean Seaton speaks to BBC Radio 4 about the Licence Fee

Jean Seaton, in her capacity of Official BBC Historian appeared on Radio4’s The World This Weekend to provide context and defence of the BBC Licence fee. In a discussion […]

13 September 2020

Steven Barnett interviewed by ARD about the #DefundtheBBC campaign

Following an investigation into the origins of the #DefundTheBBC campaign undertaken by Prof. Steven Barnett and Doug Specht, and published in The Conversation last week, Barnett has spoken to […]

13 September 2020

Steven Barnett speaks to Weekendavisen about the BBC and COVID-19

Prof. Steven Barnett recently spoke to Danish magazine, Weekendavisen about the BBC’s programming during coronavirus. In the article, produced below, Barnett suggests that the BBC are doing an excellent […]

13 September 2020

Jean Steaton appears on BBC R4’s “The Phoney War”

Prof. Jean Seaton recently appeared on a BBC Radio 4 documentary on ‘The Phoney War”. In the documentary Edward Stourton, supported by a cast of academics, including Seaton, tells […]

13 September 2020

Steven Barnett cited in the Lords debate on the BBC

During the Lords debate on the BBC held on the 5th March, Lord Foster of Bath drew upon the writing of Prof. Steven Barnett. Drawing from Barnett’s forthcoming publication […]

13 September 2020

Musab Iqbal speaks to BBC Urdu about the violence in Delhi and the CAA

Musab Iqbal was recently invited on to the popular BBC Urdu programme Sairbeen to discuss the violence in Delhi and the future of protest against the discriminatory citizenship bill […]

13 September 2020

Steven Barnett discusses the BBC licence fee with Nicky Campbell on BBC 5Live

Last week Prof. Steven Barnett joined Nicky Cambell on BBC 5Live to discuss the BBC licence fee and the new government consultation. During the discussion he emphasised that the […]

13 September 2020

Anthony Mcnicholas speaks to iNews about EastEnders’ 35th anniversary

Eastenders has been on our screens for 35 years. First broadcast in 1985 the soap has long been covering important topics that informed the public, improved understanding of social […]

13 September 2020

Jean Seaton appears on BBC R4’s Orwell in Five Words

70 years on from George Orwell’s death, documentary-maker Phil Tinline takes five words that resonate through his work and tests out what light they can shed on our problems […]

13 September 2020
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