Who's Asking The Questions For You? [Radio Wales]

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Professor Richard Sambrook on newspaper cuts and the accountability of decision-makers.

Professor Richard Sambrook returns to his Welsh journalism roots to assess whether cuts in newspapers mean there are too few reporters to hold decision-makers to account.

012013092920130930 (RW)

Professor Richard Sambrook on newspaper cuts and the accountability of decision-makers.

012013092920131001 (RW)

Professor Richard Sambrook on newspaper cuts and the accountability of decision-makers.

0120130929

Professor Richard Sambrook returns to his Welsh journalism roots to assess whether cuts in newspapers mean there are too few reporters to hold decision-makers to account.

012013092920131001 (RW)

Professor Richard Sambrook returns to his Welsh journalism roots to assess whether cuts in newspapers mean there are too few reporters to hold decision-makers to account.

012013092920131001 (RW)

Professor Richard Sambrook returns to his Welsh journalism roots to assess whether cuts in newspapers mean there are too few reporters to hold decision-makers to account.

02 LAST20131007

Professor Richard Sambrook concludes his investigation on the effects of cuts in newspapers and journalists in Wales on the gap between voters and politicians.

02 LAST20131007

Professor Richard Sambrook concludes his investigation on the effects of cuts in newspapers and journalists in Wales on the gap between voters and politicians.

02 LAST2013100720131008 (RW)

Professor Richard Sambrook on newspaper cuts and the accountability of decision-makers.

Professor Richard Sambrook concludes his investigation on the effects of cuts in newspapers and journalists in Wales on the gap between voters and politicians.

02 LAST2013100720131008 (RW)

Professor Richard Sambrook on newspaper cuts and the accountability of decision-makers.

02 LAST2013100720131008 (RW)

Professor Richard Sambrook on newspaper cuts and the accountability of decision-makers.