Articles by Robin Carmody

Radio’s tidal waves

Published 3 October 2007

Robin Carmody looks back on his Moment

The politics of offshore radio

Published 9 April 2007

How offshore radio shaped modern British political life

Daniel Farson

Published 1 October 2006

The Outsider

Eastern Promise

Published 26 June 2006

Anglia was never the region it seemed


Published 3 September 2005

From 1955 to 2005 by way of changing priorities and consumerism


Published 1 January 2004

The true meaning of ‘bias’ revealed

Out of the Light 1

Published 29 November 2003

The changeover between the Light Programme and Radios 1 and 2 wasn’t easy

Out of the Light 2

Published 28 November 2003

Radio Two tries to find an identity after two decades under the shadow of its younger sibling

The Hangman’s Ancient Sunlight

Published 17 July 2003

Farming, fascism and Radio Four


Published 1 January 2003

Legislating against good television

The end of the BBC

Published 1 January 2003

The Right’s view of a hotbed of Marxism

Conservatism against itself

Published 1 January 2003

Cultural contradiction in Thatcherism

Roll out the barrel

Published 1 January 2003

The notable ITV starts and closes

The world has changed

Published 1 January 2003

Capitalism and ruralism are now the norm


Published 1 February 2002

Robin Carmody on a time without football


Published 2 January 2002

Robin Carmody on Grandstand and its critics

Sir Hugh Carleton Greene

Published 1 January 2002

BBC Director-General

This is Britain

Published 1 January 2002

Robin Carmody watches post-war Britain frozen in time

Pleased to announce

Published 1 September 2001

Robin Carmody on Authority Announcements


Published 1 September 2001

Robin Carmody on the ’01 if you’re outside London’ syndrome

Radio launches 2

Published 15 August 2001

Five four three two one – the Cinderella network is born

The Good Fight

Published 1 July 2001

Robin Carmody on Harold Wilson’s paranoia

On and off

Published 1 July 2001

Notable ITV starts and closes

2001 – 17 = Now

Published 1 May 2001

Robin Carmody sees history rewritten for laughs