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Bad News? - BBC Radio interview

Added 06 October 2011 View full list    Print version    
Are news programmes adding to a general mindset of negativity, which saps people's confidence in their ability to be proactive and inventive?

Mal Fletcher discussed the issue in a recent interview for BBC radio.

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To watch Mal's recent BBC Breakfast interview on this subject, please click here.

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Keywords: news | british news | newscast | bbc radio | bbc | internet news | news programmes | news programs | crisis | recession | recessionary | depression | double dip recession | the future

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Hi, just thought you might like to know that I've placed one of Mal Fletcher's videos from YouTube, 'Heaven/Hell', on my website. Appreciate your web pages.
Merryl, Australia

Re: 'The Cashless Society' TV show... with rising crime rates & the threat of terrorism many people would welcome RFID technology, the cashless society & one world government to solve our problems. Should we be more aware of what they might be getting themselves into?
david, United Kingdom

I absolutely agree with you Mal on the danger of elevating of our leaders. There is something in man to want 'a king'. It's present in our current celebrity culture. It's curious when we see it in the world and it's pathetic when we see it in Christendom.
Michael Staires, United States

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