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Listen to the programme. Make notes on the main points of the programme. Then write up your notes into a short summary

Vocabulary from the programme

a blatant attempt to make money an obvious attempt to make money;

a stab to get a bit of longevity an attempt to make your career last longer;

to cut out the middle-man to sell directly to your customers;

a bit of a flop a bit of a failure;

camp outrageous;

mum-sy old-fashioned, safe, frumpy;

to tie in with to match.

 

Entertainment. Portobello

Listen to the programme and retell the main points

 

Vocabulary. Match the words on the left with the definitions on the right

 

 

a low-budget film a descriptive way of talking about people whose aim is to make as much money as possible
a platform (for something) paying for something not with money but with goods and services
to submit (something) honesty
'rabid capitalists' developing and experimenting with ideas and techniques, for example
funding a film that has been made without much money (a budget is the amount of money that is available for something).
payment in kind a place where something has an opportunity to be displayed or promoted.
integrity to send something either electronically or through post in order to complete a process
being out on a limb being unusual and not part of the mainstream
formulating ideas money for a project

 

 

Entertainment. Shilpa Shetty

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Vocabulary. Match the words on the left with the definitions on the right

debut to provide the things that a particular person or situation needs or wants
to cater to to become successful in your career or succeed in reaching a difficult place
to make it used when you feel a lot of sympathy for someone or something
unpretentious to show somebody or something in a particular way
hypocrite a person or animal in a book, play or film
portrayed a person who pretends to have moral standards or opinions that they do not actually have
character not trying to appear more special, intelligent or important than you really are
your 'heart goes out' the first public appearance of a performer

 

 

Entertainment. Star Wars

Listen to the programme. Make notes on the main points of the programme. Then write up your notes into a short summary

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