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    Religious Television Programmes There are three main types of religious programmes; magazine, worship and documentary. Throughout my essay I hope to explore these programmes, providing examples and discussing their effect on an audience. I hope to do this by evaluating and analysing the different programmes. I will also discuss the reasons behind why they are made. Religious programmes are made for a reason. They are a replacement to going to a church or another place of worship. They

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    Religious Programmes on Television There are many different types of religious programmes on T.V such as Songs of praise on BBC 1. This programme lasts for about half an hour and includes famous guest singing religious hymns. These guests include people like Michael Ball and Lesley Garret etc. Also they have a vicar who performs a typical ceremony like what normally would happen on a Sunday morning. And on Sky TV there is a whole channel to “24 hour broadcasts such as “The life of Jesus”

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    The Variety of Specifically Religious Programmes on Television In this essay I will strive to investigate how Christianity and Christian issues are portrayed on the four main television channels. There are many Christian issues and programmes on television, nevertheless in this essay I will only discuss Ballykissangel, The Vicar of Dibley, Songs Of Praise and Son of God Ballykissangel ============== Ballykissangel is a drama with a religious issue weaved into the main theme. The

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    Sketchers Advertising

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    to inform people about products for sale and to encourage people to buy them. It is a way of telling people about different products that companies are selling. Things are advertised differently depending on whether they are in the newspaper, on television, on the radio or in magazines. The purpose of advertising is to encourage people to buy that particular product rather than another product. There are different forms of advertising. These are: industry and commerce, to sell goods and services and

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    Cloning: Opening a Pandora's Box

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    someone who knows nothing about biology like myself. Suddenly, terms like clones, DNA, biotech, life sciences and genes amongst many other similar, once alien, terminologies seemed to appear everywhere; in books, magazines, newspapers and television programmes. Soon thereafter, there were protests, debates and even legislations passed to restrict scientists/biologists/geneticists in their researches. Just what are the reasons behind the world's infatuation over a sheep? Dolly would not be conceived

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    Drama piece using different extracts from other plays and social references from television programmes Drama essay one part two In our drama piece we are using different extract from other plays and social references from television programmes. We have also used song lyrics, which fitted the mood and context of the piece to inspire us and add to the drama. The portrayal in books and film has helped us to build up our characters and to see the reactions from the different times in which

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    The Variety of Specifically Religious Programmes on the Four Main Television Channels The coursework question, ' Describe the variety of specifically religious programmes on the four main television channels' is what I will be writing about. I will be giving examples of a number of specific religious programmes and of what style they are. Religious broadcasting is a programme is specifically about a certain religion. When religious broadcasting began it was mainly on a Sunday and aimed at

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    The Variety of Specifically Religious Programmes on the Four Main Television Channels On television today they are few programmes which are specifically religious, specifically religious meaning the programmes focus on religions or a religion throughout the show. The issues discussed are relevant only to religion there are no moral or social issues. These days the majority of programmes are vaguely religious they are based more on views and interests rather then beliefs and values. The main

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    Speaker: The speaker is an imaginary sketch of a male very cleaver, smart aleck that doesn’t give up on what he wants he was not given a name, this piece was produced by John Donne a great English poet, and one of the greatest writers of English prose who gained fame as a preacher in the 19 century in this piece John Donne is structuring the speaker to cleverly convince his Beloved to have sex. The speaker said things that could back him up in his favor which could make him somewhat bias, Quote “How

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    April 24, 2014. That day, I wore my black suit. I was in a large crowded room. People throughout the room smiled with tears and teared up when telling stories. Suddenly, the room became silent as the doors shut; the funeral service for my friend’s dad was about to begin. I regretfully remember that throughout the service I fought to contain my tears. For some unknown reason, I felt that it was unacceptable for me to cry for someone else’s dad. I thought that society would not acknowledge my grief

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