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Radio

Podcasts still have a long way to go to challenge the best of conventional radio

1 September 2018

9:00 AM

1 September 2018

9:00 AM

Here’s a thought. Matthew Bannister, former Radio 1 controller turned presenter of programmes such as Outlook on the World Service and Radio 4’s The Last Word, has just announced that he’s leaving Outlook, which goes out several times a week, to ‘join the world of podcasting’. In fact, he’s already launched his own podcast, Folk on Foot.

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