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Radio Redux
23 Jun 2010
BY EMILY BUTSELAAR

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DISPATCHES

THE PURSUIT OF SECRECY
Richard Norton-Taylor:
How the courts stopped Labour’s cover-up

RADIO REDUX

From unsung heroes to shock jocks, Index looks at free speech on the airwaves

RULERS OF THE AIRWAVES
Gillian Reynolds:
The key to radio’s success

LOOKING FOR AMERICA
Joe Queenan:
Talk radio is the battleground for the USA’s soul

OPEN MIKE
Aryeh Neier: Free speech remains the best antidote

CULTURE OF CAUTION
Martin Semukanya:
Rwandan journalists are still rebuilding credibility

RADIO WAVES: FACTS AND FIGURES
Liam Hodkinson & Elizabeth Stitt

THE WORLD STRIKES BACK
Irena Maryniak: The broadcast revolution has rewritten the rules

NEW WAVES
Richard Sambrook: International radio can no longer go it alone

MARTIN ROWSON’S STRIPSEARCH

GOOD MORNING BELGRADE
Adrienne Van Heteren:
The triumph of B92

RULES OF ENGAGEMENT
Maria Eismont:
Alexei Venediktov on the secret of his survival

RADIO SILENCE
Vugar Gojayev:
Azerbaijan’s shrinking media landscape

DAB IS DEAD
Grant Goddard:
How the digital dream turned sour

LOCAL HERO
Carlos Flores Borja:
A Peruvian station’s battle to broadcast

INTERUPTED SERVICE
Aleida Calleja:
Community radio on the front line in Mexico

PIRACY GOES KOSHER
Anat Balint:
Israeli settlers join the media game

TABOO BUSTER
Kirsten Ess Schurr:
Jordan’s hero of the airwaves

REAL LIVES
Shirazuddin Siddiqi:
The programme the Taliban couldn’t ban

TOO FAST TOO FREE
Ernest Waititu
: How Kenya’s broadcasters fell foul of the law

INDEX INDEX

BODY WORKS

COVERED UP
Marge Berer:
The full frontal that got pulled

MAKE ME BEAUTIFUL
Omid Salehi:
Inside the world of Iranian cosmetic surgery

FICTION

MY BEST FRIEND
An exclusive¬†extract from Javad Mahzadeh’s new novel

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2 responses to “Radio Redux”

  1. […] Please join us for an exclusive discussion on broadcasting, free expression and the BBC with Mark Damazer, controller BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 7, on Monday 12 July at 6.30pm. Reflecting on his tenure shortly before leaving the BBC, Damazer will be in conversation with John Kampfner, chief executive of Index on Censorship. The event will also mark the publication of a special Index issue on radio, “Radio Redux: freedom on the airwaves“. […]

  2. […] article appears in Radio Redux, the new issue of Index on Censorship, out now. It has been updated for the web to reflect […]