Jeremy Kyle may finally be gone, but what it stands for – the hateful demonisation of working-class communities – remains stronger than ever.
Racism, bigotry, and a slowly shifting centre – writer Micha Frazer-Carroll explores how the British press became partisan without anyone noticing.
It took eight months for The Times to be held accountable for a series of front pages which may well have whipped up Islamophobia. It's too little, too late.
Ignore the outrage of the right-wing press at Corbyn's warning to fantasist media moguls, writes Dawn Foster. They're just angry that the game is up.
If you hoped Katie Hopkins getting dropped by the Mail and LBC would spell her end, think again. Rebel Media is a dangerous, racist outfit.
Turkey’s purge of ‘dissent’ has thrown the country into uncertainty, posing a dilemma for reporters: support the government or risk jail. But for a handful of young journalists, the facts are worth fighting for.
Over the past 24 hours journalists have spread bigotry, invaded privacy, and failed miserably to show any sign of humanity or respect.
From fake news to alternative facts, knowing who or what to believe in the media is harder than ever.
Cristina de Middel willingly plays with fact, fiction and storytelling. But her games with reality are all about finding grains of truth in a world of lies.
It was revealed this week that British radical hate preacher Anjem Choudary has been convicted for urging people to support Islamic State. Oli Rahman argues it was the media that helped legitimise Choudary's views, something for which he too takes some blame.
African-American podcasting has long been making waves on the other side of the pond. Now a new wave of Black British podcasts are shaking up the UK’s white-dominated media.
Paul Refsdal lived alongside Jhabat al-Nusra ‘martyrdom seekers’ in Syria to understand what motivates them in his challenging documentary Dugma: The Button.