Justin Webb Bring on the single interview – the best way to get to know our politicians News post details 4:59 PM, 22 May 2017 Andrew Neil's one-to-ones will provide enough time for foolish soundbites to be exposed and for coherent points to be made, says Justin Webb Jeremy Bowen on reporting in the Middle East: “I kept getting dreams about having to bury the cameraman” News post details 9:00 AM, 17 May 2017 Covering decades of conflict takes its toll – the BBC’s man in the Middle East reveals the highs and lows of the job in a new 25-part radio series Why journalists aren't as mean as they used to be News post details 6:30 AM, 04 May 2017 Empathy is at the heart of the modern reporter’s craft, argues Radio 4's Today host Justin Webb Justin Webb: How Donald Trump’s plain-talking could characterise a new era of politics News post details 9:41 AM, 02 January 2017 “If Trump sticks to a new bluntness, who’s to say it’s a backward step?” The Radio Times big TV and movie quiz of 2016 News post details 8:00 AM, 31 December 2016 How much can you remember from this year's TV, film, news and radio? Computerised news means the next John Humphrys could be a robot News post details 10:54 AM, 28 November 2016 Today presenter Justin Webb investigates how computers are generating our news and invading our Facebook streams Brexit: did we get it wrong? News post details 8:26 AM, 10 July 2016 Justin Webb explores the role of broadcasters in politics Do today's exams fail our children? News post details 11:46 AM, 30 June 2016 Do GCSEs and A-levels test things that are not very important and leave out things that are? Do news broadcasters get paid too much? News post details 10:31 AM, 02 June 2016 "For all the American obsession with classlessness, the big money at the top of journalism has cut off the commentariat from the rest of society," says Justin Webb How much is your pet's life worth? News post details 5:18 PM, 11 March 2016 After his dog nearly died, Radio 4 announcer Justin Webb saved it at a high cost. But was it worth it?