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FACTUAL PROGRAMMESON TELEVISION
Documentaries   Each of the 5 terrestrial channels has    documentary output and slots .   There are specific documentar...
Lifestyle Programmes   Tend to feature issues relating to homes and    better living.   On the main channels they tend t...
Current Affairs   Tend to follow a recent issue or news story and    show more in depth analysis.   Scheduling tends to ...
Magazine Programmes   Look at many issues surrounding a central    theme.   Can be consumer, lifestyle or regionally the...
Light Entertainment   Studio-based usually with audience present.   Main presenter/presenters often with dominant    per...
Children’s Television   Can incorporate all of the above but is    specifically aimed at a certain age range    between 0...
Factual Drama   Based on or inspired by fact.   They can be true, based on truth or inspired by    truth.   There are m...
The Process of Writing and Research   What is involved in the this process.   What are the basic rules of research?   W...
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  1. 1. FACTUAL PROGRAMMESON TELEVISION
  2. 2. Documentaries Each of the 5 terrestrial channels has documentary output and slots . There are specific documentary channels on cable and satellite. Documentaries can be feature length and shown at the cinema. Documentaries can also be categorised into types. On Television they tend to last between 30-60 minutes.
  3. 3. Lifestyle Programmes Tend to feature issues relating to homes and better living. On the main channels they tend to be shown in the daytime or early evening Again there are specific channels devoted to this kind of programme. Difficult to come up with an original idea within this category.
  4. 4. Current Affairs Tend to follow a recent issue or news story and show more in depth analysis. Scheduling tends to take place in the evening but check the channels. Examples include Panorama on BBC 1 and Dispatches on Channel 4.
  5. 5. Magazine Programmes Look at many issues surrounding a central theme. Can be consumer, lifestyle or regionally themed. Usually consist of several specific inserts linked by studio based or main location set-up.
  6. 6. Light Entertainment Studio-based usually with audience present. Main presenter/presenters often with dominant personality. Can be interview or quiz based. Scheduling takes place at all times but LE features strongly at peak times.
  7. 7. Children’s Television Can incorporate all of the above but is specifically aimed at a certain age range between 0-18. Production values should be as high as for adult programming. Scheduling usually early morning and between 3.00-5.30. Specific channels only showing children’s television although most somewhat limited in their factual output
  8. 8. Factual Drama Based on or inspired by fact. They can be true, based on truth or inspired by truth. There are many forms of factual drama including biography, issue based, historical, including ‘real’ people.
  9. 9. The Process of Writing and Research What is involved in the this process. What are the basic rules of research? What will we be covering in this module.
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