Tag Archives: Radio 4

Radio: Do we need an alternative to Auntie?

By Lyndon Jones As a recovering BBC staffer, I now spend a lot of time and energy trying to figure out how an audio producer can make a living. Let me be clear – I’m not at all resentful of … Continue reading

Posted in General, Radio, TV | Tagged , , , , | Comments Off on Radio: Do we need an alternative to Auntie?

Flagship Radio 4 programmes switch to Facebook

Listeners to the Today Programme or The World At One on Radio 4 may have noticed a significant change in the back-announcements from presenters since the turn of the year. Whereas we used to be told that we could – … Continue reading

Posted in General, Radio | Tagged , , , , , , | 3 Comments

When does ‘sub judice’ kick in?

On the BBC Radio 4 news at Six O’clock last night (16 Sept), the newsreader announced: ‘A 31-year old trader with the Swiss bank UBS has appeared in court, charged in connection with the loss of more than £1 billion.’ … Continue reading

Tagged , , , , | Comments Off on When does ‘sub judice’ kick in?