Who sets the news agenda? This Radio 4 news programme provides a thorough and well-explained overview:
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After listening to this, students could be provided with a list of newspaper headlines (taken from the previous day’s newspapers) and asked to decide which features are going to be on the front page. A detailed example of this kind of activity can be found here:
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