Hi guys! This week, Peggie couldn’t make it to her show so Sahana and Sayu took over. Sahana and Sayu were accompanied by Nathan and Mr. Krabs (Yes, that is his name). So, they talked about Youtube, the tragedy in Syria and had some friendly banter. We found out that Mr. Krabs has 250 followers on tumblr (Kudos on that!). We had 2 callers (Yay us!), one of which was a prank caller (someone from our own station at that!). It was a lot of fun! Listen to know more!
Social media is an important part of our daily lives and we use it for almost 9 hours a day, according to CNN statistics by Kelly Wallace. Businesses use this to their advantage and enhance their branding by spreading their services and products globally from within their respective countries. Social media is far spread amongst societies and has become the center of news. In addition, according to Statista, approximately 97% of global share companies have said that they use social media marketing, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and so on. Read more …
Some spoilers ahead – each with individual warnings, chill
Three weeks ago on Friday I practically skipped into Dymocks to grab my copy of the new Harry Potter book, the eighth, an addendum to a series I have adored from my childhood, and will likely continue to love throughout my adulthood and long past the time old age will make me both wrinkly and potty.
I got home, and in the manner of Hermione Granger buried my nose in the book, barely looking up so that I could finish it as quickly as conceivably possible.
Hosted by Lola and Helen.
In this Episode, we travelled back in time. We shared stories about our childhood, and played songs that brings back those childhood memories and reminds us of someone special in some cases. haha…..
We loved the choice of songs and we hope you do.
The 5th Down’s Debut show! Welcome and listen as Tomi and Harry discuss the preseason and the Patriots and Dolphins.
So for those of you who are new to the whole Bachelor (henceforth Bachie) franchise, the show works this way: some ‘lucky guy’, the aforementioned Bachelor, is “looking for love” and, having had some alleged ill-luck in this endeavour, is appearing on a television show to find his “perfect match” or “soul mate” – or whatever title Nicholas Sparks conjures up in his next oh-so-disgusting novel.
A girl does not want to read spoilers.
This week’s episode of ‘Last Week Tonight’ featured a performance by Lin-Manuel Miranda, the man behind the Pulitzer prize winning musical Hamilton, who happens to be the son of two Puerto Rican parents; Miranda teamed up with the political comedian and social commentator John Oliver to champion and publicise the case for Puerto Rican debt relief.
The most notable change to Game of Thrones in the premiere was that there were more separate storylines than scenes. Seriously, each of the 10 storylines in this episode had only one scene and there were still entire characters that did not get screen time. This season is going to be a big one.
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And now things get exciting! For Doctor Who Fans, the wait in-between each series is one of the most tedious and testing times of the year, with the only relief being any major teasers of announcements regarding what’s to come.
2016 specifically, being the first “Who-Free” year since 2004, has felt ridiculously dry… that is until today. In the early hours of Sunday morning Pearl Mackie was revealed as Peter Capaldi’s new companion “Bill” for Series 10 which is set to air in Early 2017. “Bill” fills the void left by Jenna Coleman’s Clara who left at the conclusion of Series 9 last year, ending her record breaking 3 series run. Mackie was revealed to the world in the form of a 2 minute promotional video battling Daleks, which aired on on BBC One during half time of the FA Cup semi-final. Read more …
I understand that the global population has exceeded 7 billion. I get that it takes multiple personalities to make the world the place it is (for the record: it is not all that great most of the time. If you disagree, read the news once in a while). But for the love of all that is holy, why does it seem as if the internet has declared war on the English language?!