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Broadcaster criticised for prime slot in which he refused to condemn murder Lee Rigby

Murder police issue image of Dando suspect

POLICE investigating the murder of Jill Dando yesterday released an e-fit image of the man they see as the key suspect.

Stars cite favourite things for museum

FOR DAME Judi Dench it was a safety pin, for the broadcaster John Humphrys a horse and plough and, for Sir Terence Conran, a Vespa scooter.

What Milosevic needs is a Serbian version of John Humphrys

There is no internal debate, no one points out the gap between the lies he tells and the reality he describes

Debate: Middle age

An American study last week claimed middle age as the prime of life.

`Sue for libel' Lawrence suspects told

THE FIVE men accused of the racist murder of black teenager Stephen Lawrence were yesterday challenged to back their protestations of innocence in court.

Media: How to pop the question

First they were deferential, then confrontational, but what is the future for the political interview? By David Aaronovitch

BBC revises new Radio 4 schedule

RADIO 4 is to scrap some of its new lunchtime quizzes and bring back the 9am news bulletin after complaints from listeners about changes made five months ago to the station's schedule.

Radio 4 listeners want fewer quizzes

RADIO 4 is to scrap some of its new lunchtime quizzes and bring back the 9am news bulletin after complaints from listeners about aspects of the station's five-month-old schedule.

The battle of the egos on radio has become a turn-off

'Humphrys and Naughtie know what a waste of time it is hauling in the powerful'

Why we don't always know we're being racist

Most racism does not consist of gross acts of discrimination or verbal abuse

John Humphrys came by chopper, so why did I just get a train ticket?

I came face to face with a reality I have evaded for too long. I am not an A-list celeb - at the very best I am C-list

Arts: Radio Week: Who needs a snooze button...

OH DO SHUT UP, man. Hardly have I prised open my eyes than Petroc starts bending my ear with his glibly gormless patter. My dislike of Radio 3's On Air presenter may not be in the same league as Armando Iannucci's (whose half-page diatribe in the Telegraph a few months ago might easily have driven lesser disc jockeys to suicide) but it's definitely not what you want first thing in the morning.

The secret fear of BBC bosses - we won't miss their shows

SOMETHING strange happened to me yesterday morning. I turned on Radio 3 just before 8am and, instead of hearing yet another of the pop tunes by George Gershwin or Leonard Bernstein, which these days substitute for challenging music on the BBC's classical music channel, I heard - the weather forecast.

Leading Article: Secret of Sinatra

AFTER John Humphrys announced the death of Frank Sinatra on BBC radio's Today programme (can you remember what you were doing when you heard the news?) his co-presenter, Anna Ford, remarked that she thought we would all be hearing an awful lot of My Way from now on. Ms Ford was right.

Radio: Revamped Radio 4 takes flight with angels and insects

AS THE SUN set on the last weekend of old Radio 4, I was reminded of the emotional reserves I had to call on as a child when forced to watch The Courage of Lassie. Sentiment hung heavy in the air as faithful presenters signed off so tragically that they nearly had us believing that not only would they never broadcast again, but that they were, in fact, speaking live from the tumbril as it trundled to the place of execution, guillotine to be hand-operated by Controller Boyle. I genuinely thought at the end of the last Afternoon Shift that Laurie Taylor was going to break down in tears as he uttered a choked "Goodbye". On Kaleidoscope, Paul Allen's final, hushed words - "This is the last of Kaleidoscope" - were followed by an a capella choir of Allen and all six of his studio guests chiming "Goodbye" in harmony: it could have been an out-take from Queen's Greatest Hits. But my favourite leave-taking was that of
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Lou Reed: The truth about the singer's upbringing beyond the biographers' and memoirists' myths

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Women's sportswear: From tackling a marathon to a jog in the park, the right kit can help

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Hillary Clinton's outfits will be as important as her policies in her presidential bid

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NHS struggling to monitor the safety and efficacy of its services outsourced to private providers

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Zac Goldsmith: 'I'll trigger a by-election over Heathrow'

Zac Goldsmith: 'I'll trigger a by-election over Heathrow'

The Tory MP said he did not want to stand again unless his party's manifesto ruled out a third runway. But he's doing so. Watch this space
How do Greek voters feel about Syriza's backtracking on its anti-austerity pledge?

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From Iraq to Libya and Syria: The wars that come back to haunt us

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