The atrocities in Iraq surprise us only because we ignore colonial history.
The tobacco industry duped both academic journals and the media.
Why do so few people know about the atrocities of empire?
The press has been minimising the death toll in Iraq
The democratic potential of the new media is being blocked by the companies providing the technology.
The superstores are on the verge of cornering the news market, with disastrous implications for democracy
The US media is creating a world of make believe.
Undercurrents and Schnews are both ten years old, and still blooming.
Transcript of lecture.
The newspapers must also be held to account for the decision to invade Iraq.
Our journalists bear as much responsibility for the misinformation about Iraq as the intelligence agencies.
The dismissal of climate change by journalistic nincompoops is a danger to us all
Remarks at the launch of Scott Lucas’s book The Betrayal of Dissent
On becoming a bilious old git.
Wildlife programmes on television, David Attenborough’s among them, perpetuate the dangerous myth of wilderness.
Television coverage of the poor world has all but disappeared, with disastrous consequences for everyone.
Why does the British government remain wedded to the corporations?
The more we spend, the happier we become. Probably.
The Communications White Paper will help the corporations to stifle dissent