There's a new BBC director general. Again. Is Lord Hall the man to steady the good ship BBC?
Also on the programme: the Leveson inquiry report is due out on Thursday – what titbits might it contain? And will any of it be enforced?
Francesca Panetta travels to the Idfa documentary festival in Amsterdam and discovers a new movement making waves online through projects such as Bear 71 and Alma.
Plus, Vicky Frost and Helen Zaltzman discuss the new series of The Hour, Last Tango in Halifax and there's an apology (of sorts) to the makers of Secret State.
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