On Radio

BBC Radio 3 is drowning in a puddle of self-willed mediocrity

A set of fine programmes on the American bohemians who brought to life a great city on the cusp of significant change

Tales of lives lived well, or disgracefully, are always interesting, but what makes a good obit?

What makes the perfect radio voice?

The absence of Terry Wogan leaves a hole in radio presenting

BBC Radio has lost its purpose

James O’Brien’s LBC morning show is a thundering, sanctimonious bore

There has been a revolution in the beeb’s sports coverage

Ignore the snobs, trip the light (music) fantastic and bask in the shameless joy of Classic FM

By inviting listeners to admit their complicity, Eshun failed utterly to make his case