Brooker explores the often tedious nature of live coverage. Doug Stanhope wonders why the media aggressively solicits the frequently idiotic opinions of the public. “The Week in Bullshit” looks at coverage of the newfound popularity of leeches, ITV’s acceptance of responsibility in the I’m a Celebrity rat-eating incident, and an ITN report about the decline of the practice of eatings dogs in China. Tim Key presents a poem about disgraced MPs. Other segments examine the media’s hysterical coverage of the John Terry affair scandal, the response to the news that four MPs will face criminal charges in the MPs’ Expenses scandal, and a BBC News series following journalist Nick Robinson’s efforts to solicit voters’ opinions.
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