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On this week's Media Talk we head to the dreaming spires for the Oxford Media Convention.

Lisa O'Carroll and Mark Sweney report back on why Labour think a press regulatory royal charter is like Dolly the sheep, and why the government thinks BSkyB should give public service broadcasters a break.

Also this week, Dan Sabbagh on why it is taking Rupert Murdoch so long to appoint new editors of the Times and Sunday Times, and we ask what's the score with News International's deal for Premier League football rights.

Plus, we talk TV with the Guardian Guide's Rebecca Nicholson. Did you vote for Mrs Brown's Boys at the National Television Awards? And why you should watch Storyville on BBC4 next week.

John PlunkettMatt HillRebecca NicholsonDan SabbaghLisa O'CarrollMark SweneyHarriet HarmanDavid Epstein »

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