Television and Radio Quiz
Do you know the difference between presenter and news reader?
Choose the correct word to complete each sentence.
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‘Those were today’s headlines. And now it’s Angela McCarthy with today’s weather _____.’CorrectIncorrect
I like the new _____ introducing and reviewing programmes on our local TV channel.CorrectIncorrect
I can’t stand that stupid American comedy. Please change to another _____.CorrectIncorrect
‘Welcome to another live TV debate. Our _____ is as usual Gary Skyner, and his guests today are some of Georgia’s most prominent politicians.’CorrectIncorrect
The people who read the news on TV are called news _____.CorrectIncorrect
A _____ is a TV series based on human relationships.CorrectIncorrect
A _____ show is a television or radio programme where several people come together to discuss various topics.CorrectIncorrect
Quick! Turn on the TV. There is live _____ of the match between Liverpool and Chelsea.CorrectIncorrect
The time of day when most people are watching television is known as _____.CorrectIncorrect
‘We’re just getting some _____ news, that a tidal wave has destroyed much of the city of New York.’CorrectIncorrect
Many TV viewers were shocked when the MPs started fighting while live _____.CorrectIncorrect
Pass me the _____. I’d like to change the channel.CorrectIncorrect
Do you remember the name of the actor that _____ the killer in the film we saw last week?CorrectIncorrect
A _____ is a repeat broadcast of a programme.CorrectIncorrect