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Nightingale
Rohan


Dec 7 2011, 6:43pm


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The death of Princess Diana

I was about 8, and I remember everyone being really upset but I didn't really understand why she was so popular (I also remember disliking 'Candle in the Wind' intensely for some reason. Odd).

Then the internet began to really take off for the 'ordinary man on the street', and presenters began to start giving email addresses and websites for the audience to contact programmes with, complete with the ninja like 'forward slash' hand gesture. Laugh So 90s!

My first 'big' news story would have been the war in Afghanistan (I think - it was definitely a military invasion, and I was about 10). I remember seeing it on 'Newsround' (a children's magazine news programme) and seeing all of the footage of tanks - quite scary. I went on the BBC news site afterwards to try and understand it more - I am ashamed to say that I still don't fully understand all of the motives/consequences. Unsure




"You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me" - C. S. Lewis

(This post was edited by Nightingale on Dec 7 2011, 6:50pm)


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