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  • 26/08/2022
    There are 1.4 billion people in China, and one BBC correspondent in Feedback this week, Stephen McDonell, explains how he tries to find out what is really going on in that vast country. Lewis MacLeod of Radio 4’s Dead Ringers explains how he manages to morph seamlessly from Boris Johnson to Donald Trump mid-sentence. And, as he presents the programme for the last time, a listener puts questions from the audience to Roger Bolton on his 23 years at the helm. Presenter: Roger Bolton Producer: Kate Dixon Executive Producer: Samir Shah A Juniper Connect production for BBC Radio 4
    8/26/2022
    27:35
  • 19/08/2022
    A BBC correspondent recently returned from Afghanistan, Yogita Limaye, tells Roger Bolton what it's like to report from the country, and what restrictions are placed on her by the Taliban. The former government minister Rory Stewart explains what he is hoping to achieve in his Radio 4 series The History of Argument. And two listeners are up with the lark to listen to Farming Today on Radio 4. Was it worth it? Presenter: Roger Bolton Producer: Kate Dixon Executive Producer: Samir Shah A Juniper Connect production for BBC Radio 4
    8/20/2022
    27:39
  • 12/08/2022
    Radio 4 Drama Commissioner Alison Hindell answers comments from listeners, discusses the changing nature of audio drama and responds to criticism of a drama about David Cameron written by his former director of communications. There has been strong reaction to comments made on the Today programme about the Hillsborough disaster, which were not robustly challenged by the presenter. And a husband and wife critique the World Service programme and podcast, Dear Daughter. Presenter: Roger Bolton Producer: Kate Dixon Executive Producer: Samir Shah A Juniper Connect production for BBC Radio 4
    8/12/2022
    27:40
  • 05/08/2022
    Can you believe BBC weather forecasters when they link extreme temperatures with climate change? BBC Meteorologist Tomasz Schafernaker discusses reporting of the recent heatwave and the linking of it to climate change, as well as answering comments from a listener comparing it to the summer of ‘76. The BBC Scotland Editor James Cook explains how he manages to remain impartial, as the independence issue heats up again north of the border. And Jeffrey Boakye tells us whether he has added to his own playlist as a result of co-presenting that eclectic show, Add To Playlist, with Cerys Matthews. Presenter: Roger Bolton Producer: Kate Dixon Executive Producer: Samir Shah A Juniper Connect production for BBC Radio 4
    8/5/2022
    27:40
  • 29/07/2022
    Do the Culture wars have to be fought to the death? Can either side be persuaded to listen calmly to the other’s point of view? That's what Radio 4 is trying to achieve through its new series AntiSocial. The Editor Emma Rippon explains why, and how. Is lunchtime an appropriate time to discuss menstruation on Radio 4? The Presenter of 28ish Days Later, India Rakusen, tells Roger Bolton why she thinks it is. And is there anything to laugh at in community social media? Two listeners give their views on Radio 4’s Welcome to the Neighbourhood. Presenter: Roger Bolton Producer: Kate Dixon Executive Producer: Samir Shah A Juniper Connect production for BBC Radio 4
    7/29/2022
    27:38

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