It is 20 years since the original radio series of Goodness Gracious Me aired. Over two decades, the UK media portrayal of Asians hasn’t used its success to evolve.
Kim Cattrall's plain-speaking Woman's Hour edit left the drama aside to look at everyday experience as unfolding layers of reality.
The Ascent of Woman seems like it was born to be broadcast on the BBC, unlike All Change at Longleat, which feels like one it has nicked from ITV.
Parents are uniting in their efforts to save the BBC children’s channel CBeebies from being axed.
How the varying levels of confidence of each baker affect their performance – and their fate.
Mosley was coming over as the most clubbable man in the universe. Not a peep from Jeremy Vine.
We talk Jacqueline Wilson’s Katy, the BBC’s new sitcom Boy Meets Girl and the Carol Morley film The Falling.
The clichéd decade: Cradle to Grave and Danny and the Human Zoo reviewed.
Iris Murdoch can bring you into a whole new world. How can radio capture her?
We talk Diary of a Teenage Girl, Marvel's Agent Carter, and Marjane Satrapi's Persepolis.
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