BBC Radio 4’s Today programme has been broadcasting world-changing stories for sixty years. From war, rebellion and political transformation, to significant changes in culture, society and the scientific world, it is the sound of history being made, live on air. In conversation with Hannah MacInnes, the current and former Today presenters Nick Robinson and Ed Stourton chart the extraordinary history of the programme and how it tries to make sense of the world. They also discuss how all too often – not least today with controversies over equal pay and political boycotts – they don’t just report the story, they become the story.
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