BBC Radio 4 presenter Emma Barnett said she doesn't model herself on veteran interviewer Jeremy Paxman, though she is 'very appreciative' of the praise he has sent her way.
Emma Barnett has spoken about her most memorable 'breathtaking' interviews, and they are two which show the range of the topics the broadcaster covers.
Host Emma Barnett asked the Irish singer – who has clinical depression – how she felt about being called a 'crazy lady'.
"I believe we need the BBC as much now as we have ever done," Humphrys added on his final day.
Police are investigating an allegation of incitement to violence following Jo Brand's joke about throwing battery acid at politicians.
Downing Street has cited Jo Cox's widower Brendan Cox's call for violence and intimidation against MPs not to be normalised.
The book Gender, Sex and Gossip In Ambridge reveals the inequality at work in the fictional village in which The Archers is set.
Dr Phil Hammond said he planned to contest the North East Somerset seat currently held by the Tory Brexiteer.
Labour frontbencher Diane Abbott criticised after saying she would only support military intervention in World War Two during Radio 4 interview with Nick Robinson
Just days after avoiding a TV debate with other party leaders, Theresa May has been accused of ducking out of another media appearance. The Prime Minister said she was “too busy” to appear on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour and has been accused of “sending a sub” instead. Instead of appearing at the high-profile interview, Mrs May sent Justine Greening, education secretary, instead.
Comedian David Baddiel’s Radio 4 comedy show has been axed by the BBC – just a few months after more than 100 people didn’t see the funny side of a series of jokes about the Queen’s sex life. Don’t Make Me Laugh is written and fronted by the 52-year-old comedian, and features comedians tasked with telling topical jokes in front of a live audience – without making them laugh. Pannellists including comic Russell Kane then made a series of sexual gags about Her Majesty and the Duke of Edinburgh, and more than 120 people wrote a stiff letter of complaint.