Journalist Allan Little: Trump, post-truth journalism and BBC bias

This week we spoke to the esteemed Allan Little, a former BBC reporter who has worked the world over, in cities such as Baghdad, Johannesburg, and Moscow. He has covered some of the most significant events of the last half-century, reporting from Kuwait and Baghdad on the Gulf war and the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide.

Since arriving as a researcher at the BBC in 1983 in Glasgow, Little has become a renowned reporter, interviewing influential public figures such as Archbishop Desmond Tutu and former head of the USSR Mikhail Gorbachev.

Our discussion with him touched upon a broad range of issues, from the results of the American presidential election to the future of journalism in a post-truth world.