My media week 31/05/09

Private Eye’s Ian Hislop  analyses Henry VIII has been depicted down the years from the Holbein portrait  to Jonathan Rhys Meyers in HD television. Contributors including Alan  Bennett discuss The Six Faces of Henry VIII.


The Telegraph had a piece about a controversial new book  that claims animals possess a sense of morality that allows them to tell the difference between right and wrong: Animals can tell right from wrong.


The Bottom Line is back and in this week’s episode Evan Davis and his guests look at the current status of the recession, the MPs’ expenses debacle and whether optimism is a good thing in the workplace.


Finally The Onion had this piece: KFC No Longer Permitted To Use Word ‘Eat’ In Advertisements


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