Big Brother is everywhere

13th February 2004 at 00:00
There is no getting away from reality television. Teen Big Brother is now part of Channel 4's new schedule for 14-19s, and an accompanying website supports Channel 4's assertions of its relevance for citizenship, PSHE and key skills, "with particular emphasis on: communications; improving own learning and performance; problem solving; working with others".


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