With all the bad press of the Leveson Inquiry, the pressure is on for the good journalists to prove themselves amongst the bad in a debate not just about our ethics, but morals as well. With public opinion about journalists in steady decline, have we reached a point where the trainee has to decide between their future career and caring about what other people think of them? Vikki Hutton talks to Guardian writer and Journalist of The Year 2011 Nick Davies who helped expose the scandal, ex-tabloid writer Adam Lee Potter and student journalists about how it has affected their ambitions to get into the industry.
CLICK TO LISTEN: The good, the bad and the journalist
[Made for broadcast on student radio in December 2011]