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  • BBC World Service, “Newsday”, ‘Canada hosts 2-day conference to try to reform the World Trade Organization (WTO) — but the United States and China, whose trade war violates WTO rules, won’t attend’, 24 October 2018

  • BBC Radio 4, “Today programme”, ‘Impact of the disappearance of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi on Silicon Valley technology companies, many of which have accepted significant investment from Saudi Arabia’, (starts at 6:14) 15 October 2018

  • BBC World Service, "World Business Report", 'Google workers protesting against building a censorship-facilitating search engine for China', 17 August 2018

  • BBC World Service, 'Newsday', analysis of Alphabet/Google Q2 earnings, 24 July 2018

  • BBC Radio 4, "Today programme", analysis of Alphabet/Google Q2 earnings/Trump vs the EU, 24 July 2018

  • BBC World Service, 'Tech Tent', "Battle Over Copyright Uploads", 6 July 2018

  • BBC World Service, 'World Business Report', "Special one-hour episode on Money, Power and Tech", 29 June 2018

  • Martha Debacle on W (Mexico), 'Facebook data sharing, Cambridge Analytica, privacy implications', 20 March 2018

  • BBC Radio Surrey, "Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower Exposes Facebook Data Sharing: 50 million users", 20 March 2018

  • BBC Radio Sussex, "Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower Exposes Facebook Data Sharing: 50 million users", 20 March 2018

  • BBC Radio Foyle, "Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower Exposes Facebook Data Sharing: 50 million users", 20 March 2018

  • BBC Radio Ulster, "Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower Exposes Facebook Data Sharing: 50 million users", 20 March 2018

  • BBC World Service, "Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower Exposes Facebook Data Sharing: 50 million users", 20 March 2018

  • BBC Ulster, "Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower Exposes Facebook Data Sharing: 50 million users", 20 March 2018

  • BBC World Service, "Business Briefing", analysis of Twitter earnings, 8 February 2018

  • BBC World Service, "World Business Report", analysis of Twitter earnings, 8 February 2018

  • BBC World Service, "Newsday", analysis of Snap earnings, 7 February 2018

  • BBC World Service, "World Business Report" analysis of Amazon, Alphabet and Apple earnings, 2 February 2018

  • BBC Radio 4, "Today programme", analysis of Amazon, Alphabet and Apple earnings, 2 February 2018

  • BBC World Service, Business Daily, "What Should We Look Out for in 2018?", 2 January 2018

  • BBC World Service, Tech Tent, “Diversity Row Hits Google”, 11 August 2017

  • BBC World Service, "Witness: The Trial of Maurice Papon ", 12 May 2017

  • BBC Radio 4 Today programme, "What Brexit means for data protection", 22 March 2017

  • BBC Radio 4 Today programme, "Implications of the US Federal Reserve's rate increase", 16 March 2017

  • BBC World Service, Business Live with Susannah Streeter, "Trump's Conflicts of Interest", 11 January 2017

  • BBC World Service, Tech Tent, "The Promise and Perils of Data", 25 November 2016

  • BBC Radio Ulster, "Reactions to the terror attack in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray on 26 July 2016", 28 July 2016

  • BBC Radio Scotland, "Reactions to the terror attack in Nice on 14 July 2016", 15 July 2016

  • BBC Radio Scotland, "Terror attack in St Etienne-du-Rouvray, France", 26 July 2016

  • BBC Radio 5 Live, "Reactions to the terror attack in Nice on 14 July 2016", 15 July 2016

  • BBC World Service, Tech Tent, "Your AI Will See You Now" with Rory Cellan-Jones and Zoe Kleinman, 8 July 2016

  • BBC Radio 5 Live Afternoon Edition, Episode 4 (World Affairs) of "In short: a drama set in a fictional radio news station 20 years from now with scenarios suggested by experts", 26 November 2015

  • BBC Radio 5 Live, "Analysis of Islamic State (ISIS) attacks in Paris on 13 November 2015", 14 November 2015

  • BBC Radio 4 Today programme with Tanya Beckett, "Risk rising for Greece to default on the IMF, wider eurozone contagion, and the risks associated with the UK-EU referendum"

  • BBC Radio Oxford, UK General Election coverage, 8 May 2015

  • BBC Radio Oxford, 'Political Cross Dressing -- UK election preview', 19 April 2015

  • BBC Radio Oxford, breakfast show, 'The strong £ versus the weakening €: what's causing this, what are the implications for UK exports and tourism, and what is the outlook?", 12 March 2015

  • BBC Radio Oxford, Breakfast Show with Phil Gayle, "Austerity in the UK and Greece: Is Enough, Enough?" 17 February 2015

  • BBC Radio Oxford, "After the Paris terrorist attacks: Jewish emigration, counter-terrorism, data privacy changes in the UK, and Chancellor Angela Merkel demonstrates against PEGIDA", 13 January 2015

  • BBC Radio 4 Today programme, 'ECB revises downward growth and inflation forecasts, opening the path to Quantitative Easing in early 2015', 5 December 2014

  • BBC Radio 4 Today programme, "Tax dodging in Luxembourg, the role of European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker therein, and GDP outlook for France and Germany",14 November 2014

  • BBC Radio Oxford with Phil Gayle, 'Equal Pay Day in the UK -- for the rest of the year, full--time female workers are working for free thanks to the gender pay gap!", 4 November 2014

  • BBC Radio Oxford, Phil Gayle show, "Why did the EU just hit the United Kingdom for an addition 1.7 billion pounds -- to be paid by December 1?!", 24 October 2014

  • BBC Radio 4 Today programme, "Should Germany stick to austerity or go for stimulus?", 22 October 2014

  • BBC Radio 4 Today programme, 'German business confidence falls for the fifth consecutive month -- why?', 25 September 2014

  • BBC Radio Oxford with Phil Gayle, "On why the European Council will ignore the UK and Hungary and proceed with the nomination of Jean-Claude Juncker as European Commission President", 27 June 2014

  • BBC Radio Oxford with Phil Gayle, "European Parliament elections: now what?", 27 May 2014

  • BBC Radio Berkshire with Andrew Peach, "European elections and UKIP", 15 May 2014

  • BBC Radio Berkshire with Andrew Peach, 'European elections: focus on immigration and what would happen if the UK leaves the EU', 14 May 2014

  • BBC Radio Berkshire with Andrew Peach and Matthew Elliot of Business for Britain, "The Possibility of a UK exit from the EU", 13 May 2014

  • BBC Radio Berkshire with Andrew Peach and Mark English of the European Commission in London, "European elections and the UK-EU relationship", 12 May 2014

  • BBC Radio Oxford (with Phil Gayle), Why should we care about the European Parliament elections?, 17 April 2014

  • BBC Radio 4 Today programme, "Future of UK foreign policy with John Humphreys, Rory Stewart MP, Stephanie Hare and John Simpson", 2 September 2013

  • BBC Radio Oxford, 'How will parliament's veto on Syria intervention affect the US-UK "special relationship"?', 30 August 2013

  • BBC World Service, World Business Report, 'Bailout fallout: Brazil criticises IMF over Greece' 9 August 2013

  • BBC Radio Oxford (Phil Gayle and 5 Drive), "Unleash the Bank of England! Reactions to the 2013 UK budget"

  • BBC Radio Oxford, 'Implications of a UK 'in-out' referendum on the EU', 24 January 2013

  • LBC Radio, "Significance of the US warning to the UK on a possible EU exit", 10 January 2013

  • CBC radio, "On the challenges facing Mark Carney, next Governor of the Bank of England", 30 November 2012

  • LBC Radio (London's Biggest Conversation), 'EU seven-year budget negotiations', 23 November 2012

  • BBC Radio Oxford, 'EU seven-year budget negotiations', 23 November 2012

  • BBC Radio 4, Today programme, launch of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM), 8 October 2012

  • BBC World Service, launch of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM), 8 October 2012

  • BBC World Business Report, (Post Greece/France elections, discussion of France, Spain and Germany), 18 June 2012

  • BBC Radio Oxford, 'German bank downgrade, France pension reform mini-reversal, Spain bailout risk?' 6 June 2012

  • BBC World Service, Business Daily, 'ECB bond-buying', 2 April 2012

  • BBC World Service, ‘EU-South Korea free trade agreement’, 6 October 2010

  • BBC Radio 4, 'Last Word’, (with Jane Little and Arno Klarsfeld), 23 February 2007

  • BBC Radio 4, ‘Today Programme’, (with Ed Stourton and Antony Beevor), 19 February 2007

 

RADIO NEWSPAPER REVIEWS

  • BBC Radio Oxford, Sunday papers review with BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz, 26 April 2015

  • BBC Radio Oxford, Sunday paper review with BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz, 8 February 2015

  • BBC Radio Oxford, Sunday papers review with BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz, 31 August 2014

  • BBC Radio Oxford, Sunday papers review with BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz, 11 May 2014