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Author Topic: Are television programmes a part of the culture of the nation in which they ...  (Read 493 times)

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I should think they'd have to be...seeing as all TV programmes are a product of the culture that they spring from and B) they contribute to changing or reinforcing the culture of the nation of people glued to their tellies watching those programmes. All TV programmes except ones featuring Ant and Dec that is.
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