Press Gazette Journalism Matters podcast: Subscribe and listen to the latest episodes

Press Gazette has launched a fortnightly podcast called Journalism Matters.

It seeks to provide an insider take on the world of UK journalism via interviews and round-tables.

You can subscribe for free via iTunes here or via this RSS feed: http://rss.acast.com/journalismmatters

You can hear the latest episode here:

21. Google director of news partnerships Madhav Chinnappa 

20. Hello! editor Rosie Nixon 

19. Daily Mail columnist and Independent founder Stephen Glover 

 

18. Alastair Morgan on 30 years fighting police and media corruption

17. Trouble in paradise: Editor of the Maldives Independent Zaheena Rashid

16. Bureau of Investigative Journalism editor Rachel Oldroyd

15. Monocle at ten, with editor in chief Tyler Brule 

 

14. Doyen of the media writers Roy Greenslade

13. Editor in chief of The Register Drew Cullen

12. Gossip columnist John McIntee

11: New York Times managing editor Joe Kahn on how is title plans to expand into the UK and beyond

10: Computer Weekly editor Bryan Glick how his title learned not just to survive but thrive through 50 turbulent years

Episode nine: Local press journalist Sally Murrer says her life was destroyed by police surveillance. She says she is terrified by the Investigatory Powers Bill currently going through Parliament

Episode eight: Was it the pro-Brexit press ‘wot won it’? The Sun’s Trevor Kavanagh and Evan Harris of Hacked Off

Episode seven: Chairman of UK press regulator the Independent Press Standards Organisation, Sir Alan Moses:

Episode six: News editor of youth brand SBTV News and ‘millennial’ Ash Houghton

Episode five: Duncan Campbell on crime reporting

Episode four: Evening Standard editor Sarah Sands

Episode three: Robert Verkaik – The journalist who met Jihadi John

Episode two: Breaking into magazine journalism with Empire editor Terri White

Roundtable on the future of freedom of information: Heather Brooke, Rob Evans and Jonathan Isaby

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