Life and style
The two-bike, one-car way to go for a walk
Kilimanjaro’s guides and porters | Late Junction | Female priests | Getting to and from walks
‘We leave our bikes at the end of the walk so we can ride back to where we left
Radio 3 cuts threaten musical ecosystem
More than 500 signatories from across the arts – including
Shirley Collins, Jarvis Cocker, Ed O’Brien, Phil Selway, Peaches, Shabaka Hutchings, Norma Waterson, Martin Carthy, Brian Eno and
The BBC cutting Late Junction is a blow for experimental music
The Radio 3 show dropping from three nights a week to one deprives audiences of musical diversity and removes a vital lifeline for left-field musicians
If you find Classic FM too cheesy and Radio 3 too highbrow, Simon Mayo’s bright and breezy Scala Radio could be just the thing
Bringing his listeners with him… Simon Mayo at Scala Radio last week.
Ex-presenters say cost-cutting plan for Radio 4 and World Service shows is misguided
Robin Lustig, one of the seven former presenters of The World Tonight calling on the BBC to reconsider its plans.
BBC must not ruin The World Tonight
Former presenters of Radio 4’s The World Tonight, including
Claire Bolderson, Robin Lustig and
John Tusa, criticise BBC plans to change to the way the programme is produced
BBC Broadcasting House in central L
Rape and sexual assault
My Ofcom victory over TalkRadio is a win for all sexual assault victims
The way James Whale treated my distressing experience in an interview was offensive.
Sara Cox was the party poster girl of the 90s who charmed millions with her Radio 1 show. After a few rocky years, she’s now at Radio 2 and has written a memoir about her rural childhood
Right on track: Sara Cox.