Ken Garner teaches journalism in the Social Science, Media and Journalism department of Glasgow Caledonian University in Scotland. His main research interests are in radio, journalism, broadcast and film music. His published work includes most recently ‘On Radio and Popular Music’, in The Media in Scotland (Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 2008), and The Peel Sessions (London: BBC Books, 2007). Forthcoming work includes chapters on radio policy and devolution in Scotland, and a re-evaluation of Quentin Tarantino’s film-scoring practices in his post-millennial films. Ken previously worked as an arts, business and financial reporter, and from 1997 to 2002 was radio critic of the Sunday Express. He is founding editor of The Radio Journal.