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Roger Mosey is the Master of Selwyn College, Cambridge. He was formerly editorial director and the director of London 2012 at the BBC.
It is impossible to see the Palace’s position as anything other than naïve and foolhardy.
From an editorial standpoint at least, I struggle to see the case for including Jo Swinson.
With a straitened budget and indifferent political leaders, the BBC's flagship news show faces a challenge to remain relevant.
The effectiveness of Tuesday night's test for Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt should give a boost to efforts to make debates a requirement.
The broadcaster is far from the only journalistic organisation to have a bruising relationship with the politicians it covers.
I was at the BBC ten years ago when the decision was made to put the BNP’s Nick Griffin on Question Time and I still believe it was the right thing to do: he shrivelled under scrutiny.
BBC insiders worry the station is being asset stripped as funds are diverted to a new app.
The decision causing the deepest resentment in the newsroom is the cut to the running time of the BBC News at Ten.
Despite the mystique about interviews, Cambridge colleges increasingly rely on data to get a better picture of candidates.
In this febrile atmosphere, the longer-form current affairs programmes have come into their own.