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Democracy and NI: the state we live in
What is the state of democracy in Northern Ireland? Many would give a one-word answer. But to improve the world around us we need engagement, and to embrace of nuance, complexity and the views of others. No-one said it was easy.
Savile, child abuse and the BBC
It has been a truly awful week for the BBC with the publication of two separate reports into its treatment of the Jimmy Savile and Stuart Hall affairs.
Behind the scenes at Sunday Sequence
Scope meets Seamus Boyd, the driving force behind Radio Ulster’s flagship Sunday Sequence show.
Will the BBC get blown away by the gathering storm?
Just how serious is the threat to the BBC posed by the Westminster government and should we be worried about it?
Marginalised, excluded, demonised?
Scope examines a ground-breaking research project which aims to address the negative stereo-typing of young people by the media.
Pulling a stroke?
Scope analyses the controversy surrounding the Stroke Association’s shocking claims about stroke rates amongst people of working age and asks if great advocacy can become bad science.
Inside the Nolan Show
The “Biggest Show in the Country” is broadcast from a tiny studio at the end of a corridor which dog legs deep into the disorientating innards of Broadcasting House. It’s not easy to find.