ourBeeb podcast 1: Claire Enders, Britain's leading media analyst
The first audio highlights of an ourBeeb discussion about the challenges and opportunities facing the BBC, featuring the CEO of Enders Analysis.
Editor's blog: Radio 4 and social class - the fall-out
What role does privilege play at the BBC in 2012 - and in the media at large? An ourBeeb survey into class and Radio 4 has touched a nerve in the press, and on the station itself.
The BBC and the future of broadcasting: special report from Enders Analysis
The first report from a scintillating ourBeeb discussion with Claire Enders, Britain's leading media analyst, finds the BBC at a digital crossroads, but holding up remarkably well.
Editor's blog: How the Daily Mail's anti-BBC vitriol stops us talking openly about its future
The Daily Mail's loathing of the BBC has this week given the world a 'scoop' which has turned out to be utter nonsense; yet with a tiny, buried apology, the damage is done.
How much did the BBC spend on the Hackney Weekend - and why won’t they tell us?
Should the BBC's mission to inform, educate and entertain incorporate hosting free music festivals for 100,000 people? Last month's Hackney Weekend was generally deemed a big success, but why aren't we allowed to know how much it cost, when we paid for it?
Editor's blog: Crowd-sourcing FOIs - what do you want to know about your Beeb?
The BBC is subject to the Freedom of Information Act, and given how little transparency there is in many of its operations, we want to submit your FOI requests for you - so send them on!