Welcome, faithful Cause and Effect readers. This week, something a little bit different. In recent times, our writers have noticed that a new medium of entertainment, known at this time only as “television”, has swept through the nation, providing people with information about current affairs, entertainment news and Brian Cox’s continued plans of universal domination, as well as hard hitting dramas and comical cartoons to name but a few.
Not one to lag behind current trends then, the following is a list of shows that have been put forward for a new channel, Ignorance is Bliss TV, keeping our viewers completely misinformed on current events.
|0700-0800||Pokemon: Gotta Cache ‘em All
An in depth look at the unique caching behaviour of Murkrow, who stores Seedot in the ground and in trees for harvest during the winter, when arthropod prey, such as Caterpie, may be scarce.
|0800-1000||Everybody Loves Pseudomonas
It never stops for successful proteobacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa, whose oddball family life as a nosocomial infection consists of a fed up MRSA bacterium, several thousand clones doubling every few hours, and a jealous Clostridium difficile on a neighbouring catheter.
|1000-1100||Who Do You Think You Are
Well known faces within the Prokaryotic kingdom each embark on individual journeys to answer some questions in regards to their own evolution.
4 endangered species, one ring. Natural selection at its finest.
Survival Series: Budding entrepreneurs have 3 minutes to impress the Komodo Dragons before getting slowly devoured.
|1700-1900||Jersey Longshore Drift
A journey to the crown dependency of Jersey, in which our team look at erosion and The Situation facing the island’s beaches.
|1900-2100||Kittens got Talent
This week the auditions take place in Cramar Cat Rescue & Sanctuary where 200 hopefuls try to impress future owners by drinking milk, playing with balls of string and looking adorable.
|2100-2300||Live at the Apollo 13
Comedy – Listening to the recovered Black Box from the ill-fated mission. Adult humour.