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The Media Show
Social media, anti-social media, breaking news, faking news: this is the programme about a revolution in media, with Amol Rajan, the BBC's media editor. New episode every Wednesday
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5.0 stars from 328 ratings
A Must Listen every week
There are only three programmes I download every week and this is one of them
tintin829 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/22/19
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There is a dearth of information on the subject of media in broadcasting. The BBC has the best of it here but only for a short half hour per week. For that reason the show is rushed. It is worth at least 45 minutes and I believe a full hour. No one is devoting any time to this subject. How about...Read full review »
Tony Orman via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/25/19
Amor Rajan is so aesy and balanced and asks the right questions.
monkeytrough via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/21/19
Recent Episodes
From Brexit to Trump, why do so many journalists keep getting it wrong? Helen Lewis, staff writer at The Atlantic, believes political journalism has been distorted by "the seductive power of the conventional narrative". Also in the programme, the rise of the "unnewsed", the large number of people...
Published 06/26/19
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