‘Does Mr Murdoch’s Times Radio have a chance? Commercial radio has not posed a significant threat to the BBC’s dominance in this sector since the corporation’s monopoly control of the airwaves ended in 1973’

New media technologies allow us to listen only to those we agree with. Journalists must fight that tendency

The rich, varied, and absorbing life, and careers, of John Freeman

Despite everything, the BBC is still one of our great cultural forces

A plethora of new Left-leaning French magazines show that in France the intellectuals remain socialist

John Whittingdale is a Culture Secretary who means business. He must stop W1A’s Europhiles from hijacking the EU referendum

Was the journalist Judith Miller’s bad intelligence to blame for the 2003 invasion of Iraq?

The stifling right-wing press has adopted a cultish refusal to publish one good word about the BBC

Online news’ thirst for traffic has sidelined polemics and transformed journalists into thieves and liars

“The Department for Culture, Media and Sport has done much harm and little good to the state of British arts.”