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This weeks lesson: petrol prices
I’m going to cut down on my Chaser posts now, I couldn’t have asked for a better outcome with the entire show getting freely podcasted, so go forth and download from the Chaser website or through their iTunes link.
I’ve consistently posted this current affairs segment though, so with the hope of getting a full set I’ll keep it going.
7 replies on “This week in current affairs shows: Part 14”
I think this is the best one yet!
It never ceases to amaze me how low ACA and TT will stoop.
The fact that TT has effectively been having hidden ads inside their show for this guy’s pertol station is disgusting.
What is also surprising is that Media Watch hasn’t picked up on this yet!
On ya Chaser!!!
Media Watch stick up for ACA and TT, they wouldn’t turn on their homies.
This one was very funny indeed! Hidden ads!? Tut tut ITV-esque company (refering to Channel 7).
Indeed, why hasn’t Mediawatch let alone the austrilain equiviment of Ofcom got on to this?
More to the point why do people watch these channels!?
Go chaser! Go chaser! Go! Go!
The Australian equiv to Ofcom is ACMA, but their just as bad as Ofcom.
Yes i just remembered that from a previous clip.
And yes, they sound just as bad as ours.
Judas, Media Watch NEVER sticks up for TT and ACA.
MW HATES those shows.
I am at a loss to explain where you get this perception from…have you ever even watched MW?
Another thing i liked on the segment was an example of “Today Tonight Rage”, very funny!
Maybe their should be “ITV rage”!
“Oh, you stupid ITV Sith lord!” would be the response!