BBC

Total 39 Posts

Public broadcasting: Does the UK’s regulator have the public interest at heart?

5 min read
Ofcom’s duty is to regulate broadcasting on behalf of UK citizens. That appears to be under threat, both from internal forces and potentially from its next chair.

The question the BBC and the Tories don’t want to answer.

5 min read
Can the Conservatives continue to block another Scottish referendum after the people of Scotland have listened to their arguments against it and decided to vote to have one anyway?

News UK TV and GB News: New channels stoke fears of more partisan journalism.

5 min read
Research shows broadcast journalism is already becoming more partisan. If standards in accuracy and impartiality are not robustly regulated, Fox-style journalism could soon become an accepted norm of the UK’s broadcast ecology.

Why is the BBC still trailing tearfully after Mr Trump?

4 min read
The BBC’s apparently tender concern for Mr Trump would be baffling if it weren’t so transparent.

The BBC is allowing intellectual laziness.

3 min read
Why the BBC should encourage critical thinking rather than promote its so-called impartiality.

Why shouting at Laura K will not change anything.

5 min read
In defence of BBC’s Laura Kuenssberg who works within a system that is being gamed by populists in government, Russell Jones writes that the only solution is to adjust the system.

Identity politics in a pandemic: Why coronavirus unity disappeared and may not return for the second wave.

4 min read
The British public still wants to rally round its institutions but fraying trust makes the job harder as winter approaches.
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