Listeners are up in arms about the significant shake-up to Radio 2's schedule. Their concerns are sparked by radical time changes, the moving of beloved presenters, and an apparent lack of diversity. As the new schedule comes into effect this weekend, Radio 2's Head of Programmes Lewis Carnie answers a range of listeners' questions - from his side of the Brian Matthew story, to ensuring that Desmond Carrington's show is filled with a similarly eclectic sound. "Gone, but not dead." Earlier this month, the new editor of The Archers gave his verdict on the future of Rob Titchener - the character who exerted coercive control on his partner, Helen. With his on air persona having fled to America, actor Timothy Watson gives listeners an inside understanding of this devious and manipulative mind - and whether he would ever return. But it's not only the hard-hitting, emotive storylines that keep Archers fans hooked. Feedback reporter Rebecca Pearce went behind the scenes of this year's Archers conference - where academics and life-long fans gather to discuss everything from serious panels on Helen's life in prison to flower and producer shows. And listeners pay tribute to broadcaster Steve Hewlett. Produced by Katherine Godfrey. A Whistledown Production for BBC Radio 4.