15 November 2007

Insight with Suzanne Goldenberg – Is America ready for Hillary? – FULLY BOOKED

Award-winning Guardian journalist Suzanne Goldenberg talks about the possibility of the Americans electing their first-ever woman president.

8 November 2007

Insight with James Naughtie – the Music of War and Revolution

The inimitable voice of BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, James Naughtie talks about some of the most iconic war and revolutionary musical pieces by Bethoven, Verdi, Elgar, Shostakovich and Olivier Messiaen.

7 November 2007

Insight with the editor of The Times Robert Thomson

Editor of the Times and favourite to become the new editor of the Wall Street Journal, Robert Thomson, talks to Roy Greenslade about the media, news and journalism. 

2 November 2007

Insight with Alan Johnston: “being buried alive” – surviving a kidnapping – FULLY BOOKED

BBC Gaza correspondent Alan Johnston, who spent 114 days in captivity and was released after an unprecedented international media campaign, talks to John Owen about his ordeal and life after the kidnapping.

Friday 19th October, 2007

Insight with Martin Bell – On Politics, Spin, Wars and Journalism

Martin Bell, maverick politician and one of the most distinguished foreign affairs reporters of his generation, talks about New Labour, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and spin.

Friday 14th September, 2007

Insight with John Fisher Burns: The longest serving western journalist in Iraq

Winner of two Pulitzer Prizes and the longest serving western journalist in Iraq, John Fisher Burns talks about life in Iraq before and during the war and during the ongoing occupation.

Thursday 6th September, 2007

Insight with Andrew Keen: Is the internet killing journalism?

Silicon Valley veteran Andrew Keen explains why he believes the internet promotes plagiarism and piracy and is killing professional journalism and culture.

Tuesday 17th July, 2007

Insight with Hadani Ditmars – Being a Woman in Iraq

Hadani Ditmars, Canadian journalist who has been writing from Iraq since 1997, talks to Fionnuala Sweeney about women in Iraq and how their lives have changed, drawing on her experiences described in her acclaimed book Dancing in the No-Fly Zone.

Thursday 10th May, 2007

Insight with Sir Michael ‘Macho Jacko’ Jackson: War and Peace

The legendary army general talks to Mark Urban about the British army, the war in Iraq and his military past.

Tuesday 10th April, 2007

Insight with Tony Wood and Tom de Waal: Independence for Chechnya?

Tony Wood, Assistant Editor at the New Left Review, and Tom de Waal, IWPR Caucasus Editor, discuss whether independence from Russia is the best way forward for Chechnya.