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Great News: Season 1 Highs and Lows

The first season of any television show has its ups and downs. It can be difficult to introduce the characters and their background while creating an interesting storyline moving forward. 366 more words

Television

'Great News' Recaps: "Carol Has a Bully" and "Carol's Eleven"

Carol Has a Bully

Greg is feeling extra stressed when he finds out his grandmother is visiting the station. Katie doesn’t understand why he’s making such a big deal about the visit until she learns that his grandmother owns the network.  411 more words

Television

What Won TV? – May 21-May 27, 2017

In this feature, I look back at each day of the past week and determine what shows “won TV” for the night. That is, I consider every episode of television I watched that aired on a particular day and declare which was the best. 43 more words

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Great News: "The Red Door"

This episode had two main storylines that wove together. First, Portia’s phone was hacked and the event brought up the discussion of privacy. Katie was first adamant about not searching for any of the leaked content but after learning it contained emails that could be about her she quickly changed her tune. 342 more words

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Great News (S01E07/08) "The Red Door"/"Celebrity Hacking Scandal"

“The Red Door”

When it comes to Carol and telling not to do something, she does it anyway.

In this episode, Chuck asked Carol to go to his home and let the cable guy in to do some work and instructs her not to open the red door. 781 more words

TV Series

TV First Impressions: Great News

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Okay so instead of TV review episode by episode I thought I’d do two reviews for Great News, one at the start and one at the end- that’s right jagweeds I’m doing something different let’s roll with it- 359 more words

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Titus Salt School pupils' progress is sustained for six years

Pupils at Titus Salt School are priding themselves on sustained progress for the last six years.

The school in Baildon also has no students who have become NEET (Not in Education, Employment and Training), which means that every pupil in Year 11 or in the sixth form has a placement in education or employment/training when leaving school. 164 more words

Education And Learning