The deadly riots at the US Congress in Washington last week saw the BBC World Service replace regular programmes with extended news coverage. Listeners give us their reactions to it and the Newsroom’s...Show More
Listeners react to the emotionally-charged podcast series Goodbye to All This - the story of how a husband’s death from cancer devastated his family. We speak to the series’ commissioning editor.
What exactly is The Climate Question, the new BBC World Service podcast and weekly programme, asking? We quiz its presenters how they handle the politics of this topic - and how rigorous the show is i...Show More
The immersive documentary: listeners tell us what they think of a genre without a presenter that adopts some of the techniques used in drama.
Plus the BBC’s announced record Global Audiences. But how ...Show More
Live football is back on air, but for the most part, live spectators aren’t. We ask the editor of BBC World Service sport about the challenges in the wake of Covid-19. Is it better with or without fak...Show More
Reporting the continuing global threat of coronavirus. We ask the BBC’s China correspondent Stephen McDonell how he goes about getting access to the people and places affected, and does he worry his r...Show More
The BBC World Service has merged all of its music shows into just one weekly show, Music Life. The commissioning editor responsible tells us why this decision was taken.
Plus the ongoing story of how...Show More
How BBC Monitoring has played a key role in helping BBC news teams to learn what is happening on the ground on the Turkey-Syria border.
Plus, listeners react to a BBC Africa Eye investigation into se...Show More