Een van de meest succesvolle programma's uit Nederland vol satire en cabaretiers. NPO (2015). Kopspijkers. Opgeroepen op april 6, 2015 van NPO: http://www.npo.nl/kopspijkers/POMS_S_VARA_099713
'Rooney to China'?: The real impact of fake football news https://tmbw.news/rooney-to-china-the-real-impact-of-fake-football-news Dubiously sourced rumours about football transfers spread wildly on social media, and while experts say they don't usually affect where players end up, they can put pressure on clubs and move betting markets.It's a type of story that long pre-dates the current mania about "fake news". Transfer rumours have long dominated the back pages of newspapers during the…
Rachel and Alison, two girls who have come of age in an era of reality TV and social media, stalk a vividly imagined world alongside surviving characters from Coe's earlier novel 'What A Carve Up!', the classic 90s satire.
Rachel and Alison, two girls who have come of age in an era of reality TV and social media, stalk a vividly imagined world alongside surviving characters from Coe's earlier novel 'What A Carve Up!', the classic 90s satire. Rachel, a bewildered Oxford graduate, finds herself catapulted into the world of private tutoring for the super-rich, while Alison's dreams of becoming an artist are quashed by a bitter tabloid columnist.
51 Powerful Propaganda Posters And The People Behind
Micah Ian Wright: US, 2003 After Micah Wright graduated, he worked a while for Nickelodeon and wrote for The Angry Beavers cartoon. Then in 2003, just before the invasion of Iraq, Micah published his anti-war protest book. The book was filled with satires of old war propaganda posters that Micah had reprinted with modern war messages.