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The media is a very powerful influence. It is down to television to keep everyone informed of what is happening in the world and about important social issues that might interest them. It can be bad because it promotes things that should not be promoted and are not suitable for children such as teenage pregnancies etc. It has many advantages, such as it provides religious programmes, for the 85% of the population that claim to believe in God, as well as other types of programmes; therefore it caters to every target audience. Since 1990, it is law that there has to be some kind of religious broadcasting but there is a question as to what is not enough and what is too much. ...read more.


Heart of the Matter). Also, there are magazine type programmes, which consist of a variety of news, reviews and interviews with people who are involved in religious news (e.g. Heaven and Earth). Finally, the remaining type is the one off programmes about certain times in history that could be classed as symbolic to religion (e.g. the funeral of Princess Diana). I think religion should be broadcast but shouldn't focus on one certain religion. I think a program that showed one issue from the main religions would be a great success and have the majority of viewers following. Heaven and earth is a magazine style programme that covers many moral issues with a religious link and is presented at a fast pace. ...read more.


the titanic song was performed in the show that had the theme of love). It also consists of interviews with people, both famous and ordinary, making it more popular. I think it's a good show because it gives the Christian audience a form of worship and allows them to be involved. However it relates specifically to Christians, so it does not appeal to everyone. In my opinion, Heaven and earth works better because it does not relate to one specific religion, as Songs of Praise is based around Christianity. Also, Heaven and Earth covers many moral and religious issues in each show, which makes it more suitable and appealing to everyone because there is bound to be at least one issue that suits the interests of each and every viewer. ?? ?? ?? ?? a (i) Vikki Charalambous ...read more.

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