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BBC to trial new shouting at the telly service on the red button

Following in the successful footsteps of children’s programmes such as Dora the Explorer and Team Umizoomi in which children are given the belief that by shouting at the television you can alter the outcome of the programme you are watching, the BBC are rolling out the idea in mainstream entertainment.

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Posted: Jan 20th, 2013
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Jimmy’s Law to safeguard public from ‘known Celebrities’

The Sun Newspaper has started its campaign for ‘Jimmy’s Law’, requiring all Celebrities in your area to register with a police station, paint a target on their roof visible by news helicopters, and stick a sign in the front garden reading ‘I’m a celebrity – you can get me out of here’.

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Posted: Dec 14th, 2012
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Charlie from Casualty to replace Andrew Lansley as new Health Secretary

In response to the 98% no confidence vote by nurses working for the NHS under current Health Secretary Andrew Lansley, the coalition government have decided to replace him with Charlie Fairhead, the main staff nurse from the BBC television series ‘Casualty’.

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Posted: Apr 13th, 2011
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NHS reforms pose ‘serious threat to medical dramas’

GPs have again called for NHS reforms to be abandoned as it emerged that they would assume responsibility for writing all TV medical dramas.

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Posted: Apr 8th, 2011
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BBC launch ‘tough’ new St John Ambulance drama

st john's ambulanceBBC bosses shocked their rivals today by announcing a new TV drama based on the extraordinary working and private lives of St John Ambulance volunteers. The drama named ‘Do you want a glass of water?’ is based on the hectic activities of the volunteers as they attempt to help the public cope with minor injuries and ailments.

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Posted: Jan 27th, 2010
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