Former Catholic Herald editor Cristina Odone tells Ruth how she's dealt with controversy throughout her career and how a journalistic assignment changed her attitude to her faith.
Former Catholic Herald editor Cristina Odone talks to Ruth about controversy and faith.
Sports journalist Hugh McIlvanney talks to Ruth Wishart about his Kilmarnock upbringing and how he dealt with covering the tragic events at the Munich Olympics and Hillsborough.
Ruth Wishart talks to leading journalists about their professional and personal lives, and the dilemmas and issues they've faced in both.
Ruth Wishart talks to leading journalists about their professional and personal lives.
Ruth Wishart talks to foreign correspondent Allan Little about his time in war-torn Yugoslavia, and how he put his career on hold when his partner fell seriously ill.
Ruth talks to foreign correspondent Allan Little about his time in the former Yugoslavia.
Dame Ann Leslie reveals to Ruth Wishart how her unsettled childhood equipped her for the male-dominated newsrooms of the 1960s.
Ruth Wishart talks to Dame Ann Leslie about newsrooms in the 1960s.
Former royal correspondent Jennie Bond tells Ruth Wishart why she swopped her high-profile career for life in the jungle.
Jennie Bond tells Ruth why she swopped her high-profile career for life in the jungle.
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Ruth Wishart talks to investigative journalist Roger Cook about what drew him to his often dangerous career, and the personal cost he has paid for it.