Newspapers interpret events behind the news. In addition, newspapers give useful information, such as stock market prices, weather reports and TV programmes. They are also a popular source of reading for entertainment. Newspapers QualityPopular
The Daily Telegraph contains reports on national and international news, gives a full covering of sports and other topics. The Financial Times contains a comprehensive coverage of industry, commerce and public affairs. The Guardian gives a wide coverage of reports on social issues, the arts, education, etc. The Times represents the views of the establishment.
Popular newspapers are smaller in size and contain many photographs. Unlike quality papers popular papers arent so serious and their stories tend to be sensational. The Daily Express The Daily Mirror
Radio 1 provides mainly a programme of rock and pop music. Radio 2 broadcasts light music and entertainment, comedy and sport. Radio 3 provides classical music, drama, poetry, short stories, talks on ancient and modern plays, some education programmes. Radio 4 provides the principals news, current affairs service, drama, comedy, documentaries. Radio 5 is devoted to sport, education and programmes for young people.
BBC1 BBC1 presents more programmes of general interest, such as light entertainment, sport, current affairs, childrens programmes, news. BBC2 BBC2 provides documentaries, travel programmes, serious drama, music and international films.
Mass Media play an important role in our life. They inform, educate and entertain people. Millions of people watch TV, listen to the radio and read newspapers.