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Do you watch more than one news programme per day?

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I don't generally.
My father used to watch almost every news and it really annoyed me -one lot of new or sometimes headlines plus one is plenty for me.

The news is mostly sad anyway, and I am sick of watching what one human can do to another.
by Finy
I only watch the BBC News. Usually at 10pm, but sometimes at 6pm.
I get most of my news online, I prefer to read about the news. if I'm really interested after reading an article, I will hunt a video down for more details but I do not dedicate myself to a single news show. I guess this has to do with living in a very small community, there is no 'local' new show, but there is a newspaper.
Channel 9 only.
Sometimes SBS World News, sometimes channel 7,because it has local input,
often watch Insiders on Sunday mornings, but generally I read news online.
My husband will watch 1 news at 4.30, Channel 9 news at 5pm, & again at 6pm, & whatever news is on at 6.30! I'm in the kitchen for most of that time so I don't have it see the repeats of the news. Heck, howe many times does 1 need to see the same news? The 7pm ABC news is really the better 1, as it doesn't have ad breaks or the silly "Breaking news' bulletins, but we're watching Current Affair, at that time.
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