Do you think people are too dependant on tv?
Are attention spans shorter now?
Do you think the 'reality' of Tv leads you to over react in your life to bring the TV alive?
Yes, if I do fail in my quest to write music for film and television then I suppose I could always apply for a proof-reading position somewhere. Did you know about 8% of the country can actually speak clear, coherent English without resorting to "****wit" text speak, metaphor or street slang? Did you know that a teacher is now assaulted in this once-proud country every 7 seconds? Did you know that 76% of primary school kids think mystique is spelt Misteeq after the singer? Depressing reading indeed
I agree. But before i could read, my parents always read to me and encouraged me to read myself! Parents need to make sure their kids read something other than Harry Potter!!!!
consequently you develop a much more fertile imagination if you are read to when you are a child than if you merely stare at a screen. yes, you may develop some kind of imagination if you watch TV in your early years but it is imagination of a different kind - a more localised imagination if you will. the freedom that literacy gives you is astonishing. i would recommend it.
But there are plenty of channels on sky...