Lesson 4 - RW, Culture - THE MEDIA - Page2

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Now read the interview again to answer the questions. Tick one or more answers.

1. Being a TV presenter is different from being an actor because

you can look at the camera.

you have a lot more work to do.

you work with not so many people.

you always work in the studio.

2. People can smell fakes from miles away means that

people can smell animals from a long distance.

everyone knows when you are not natural.

people have to travel a long way to find the right place for the show.

everyone tells you you’re great even if you’re unnatural.

3. What does Nick Hardcastle love the most about his job?

Meeting people who want to tell him a lot about animals.

Getting close to the animals that people normally never get close to.

Not having to play a character the way actors do.

Looking at the camera.

4. When he says I’m a sucker for puppies he means that

he has a weakness for them.

he really loves them a lot.

he doesn’t find them attractive at all.

he doesn’t care about them.

5. What’s his advice for kids who want to be TV presenters?

Try to do it now with the equipment you have or you can borrow.

Go to workshops and learn how to do it.

Try to write your own stories and send them to a TV station.

Do sports and hobbies because they may be useful for the job.

Buy a video camera.

Give up your hobbies to have more time to develop the skills needed for TV.

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