radio, the newspaper, magazine or journal, and the Internet which
we refer to as the ‘media’.
Do you read the newspaper everyday?
Do you listen to the news on Radio?
Do you watch the news programme on television?
Which do you find most informative?
Do you go to the newspaper/radio for the news only?
What programme do you enjoy the most on radio?
Which column of the newspaper do you read first?
The following is a conversation between two school boys:
Why are you worried about your project?
Channel or Animal
Planet. You’ll get
enough information through the various
documentaries on wild animals. Don’t you read the
newspaper everyday? The
sections during the week, and the
features on Nature Science. I am sure
you’ll find sufficient material to work on.
Thank you, Rajesh. I’ll check the paper but how
would I know when those programmes would be
relayed on TV?
“A guide to Radio and Television” is a regular
in the paper. It gives you the various programmes
under each channel and the time of relay - be it
game or chat shows,
soap operas or
live commentary or recorded
highlights of games.
You must be spending a lot of time on
Not at all! The TV is shared by the family - we are
eight members! … we have
cable TV facility with