Has the Facebook Bubble Burst? Has the Facebook bubble finally burst? Amid reports of a declining number of users in the UK and other developed nations, people are questioning whether or not social networking is here to stay.
Mal Fletcher discusses the benefits and limitations of social networking in this interview with BBC Radio Oxford.
The Digital Culture of Collaboration 'Collaborative consumerism' is a new catchphrase for the sharing of ideas and products via the internet. But does it represent a positive change - and is it here to stay?
Mal Fletcher discusses the positive side of the Digital Revolution - and the culture of collaboration - in this interview for BBC Radio.
Meanwhile, mainstream culture is continually becoming more sexualised, especially as displayed in media and advertising.
What can be done? Is it possible to redress the situation without turning back the clock?
Mal Fletcher is a guest in this discussion for BBC Radio.
Generations & Ageing: Who Will Care for the Old? Who will take care of the elderly in a rapidly ageing and increasingly urbanised society, where people are living longer? What role does digital technology play in the conveersation between generations?
Mal Fletcher discusses these questions and more in this interview with BBC Wales Radio.
TV Racial Stereotyping The producer of TV's popular Midsommer Murders programme was sacked today amidst a debate about racial stereotyping on TV.
Is this all a storm in a teacup? Does TV attempt social engineering? Mal Fletcher discusses in this short interview with BBC Radio.
Are Brits Addicted to DVDs? A new British study shows that 34% of people say they're obsessed with their favourite TV series - and 49% of families have marathon DVD sessions.
Are Brits addicted to box set DVDs? Mal Fletcher answers in this interview with BBC Radio.
Ageism in Media Following a landmark court decision finding the BBC guilty of age discrimination, Mal Fletcher looks at the issue of ageism in media in an interview with BBC Radio.
Sexualising Children via Media As the BBC's Panorama TV programme takes another look at the vexed & vital subject of child sexualisation, Mal Fletcher discusses this issue on BBC Radio
(To watch Mal on SKY TV on this issue, click here.)
Royal Engagement - Subject of Voyeurism? In this interview with Steve Austin of ABC Radio (Australia), Mal Fletcher argues that news of the royal engagement is news not just about a Royal Wedding but a marriage and people need to treat it accordingly.
Royal Wedding: A Marriage Not Just A Party Prince William and Kate Middleton have announced there engagement. Will the pageant that is a royal wedding overshadow the fact that a marriage is a private relationship?
Re the Bridgend suicides: This is a horrible tragedy for this town. The promise and excitement these young people have missed of college, getting married, children, having a career, being a grandparent, traveling the world... Where is the parental involvement in all this? SuzieQ, United States