Skip navigation! Story from TV Shows. Any fan of the original film Heathers knew that the spin-off television series would be dark. The original Heathers was written by Daniel Waters during a time in which financial figures like Donald Trump and the fictional Wall Street character Gordon Gekko were revered. Status and wealth were important.
What is fake news? How to spot it and what you can do to stop it | Media | The Guardian
The lure of celebrity is so great among teenagers that almost one in 10 would abandon their education if they had the chance to appear on television. Although the odds of hitting the big time through reality television are 30 million to one- greater than those for winning the Lottery - about 16 per cent of teenagers believe they will find success through celebrity. The poll of nearly youngsters in the 16 to 19 age group, commissioned by the Learning and Skills Council LSC , found that money and success were their main motivating factors. The LSC said official statistics show that leaving education or training without a basic set of qualifications will leave young people more likely to be unemployed or stuck in low-paid jobs.
Patronising and totally false: my despair at TV about Gypsies
The term has become widely used — too widely. Can we still make a useful definition of fake news? And should we even be worried about it at all?
O ver the past decade, Gypsy documentaries have been doing something insidious. In fact, the reverse is true on all counts. Not just because Romany Gypsies are a small minority in modern Britain, but because most books, films and TV shows that feature them make no mention of history.