The Guardian Reviews
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by - written on 08/07/02, updated on 08/07/02 (Very useful, 167 readings)
I've already covered the papers I read on may way to (the Daily Mirror) and from (the Express & Star) work, so it's about time I had a go at the one I read at home - the Guardian. Many people deride it as a paper for lefty pinko bleeding-heart liberals, but as one myself I don't think that's any bad thing! In fact, there are subjects on which the paper is anything but politically correct - their rather unpleasant derision of anything to do with the Welsh language is taking a very long time to wean off. The Guardian is interesting in that it is not controlled by one of the multinational media empires, but by the Guardian Media Group's Scott ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/04/10, updated on 18/04/10 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I came to the Guardian relatively late in life - whilst some of my erstwhile fellow students were singing the praises of this broadsheet, I preferred to read the Independent, Telegraph or Times. The Guardian has the usual broadsheet structure headlines on the front page that are as likely to be world stories as they are domestic. On the inside pages domestic stories, followed by foreign stories, business, comment and analysis and finally sport. However, the Guardian (like the Telegraph) does focus very closely on foreign issues and particularly on issues that concern us globally, whether that is connected to economics or global warming. There is no ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/10 (Very useful, 265 readings)
History The Guardian newspaper, which was originally titled 'The Manchester Guardian', was founded in 1821 to deliver news on the Peterloo massacre, and has since grown to become a national newspaper, published in London and Manchester. It is one of the smallest selling national newspapers in Britain, with a readership of around 300,000 people, well behind the Daily Mail and The Telegraph, though the online edition, www.guardian.co.uk, is the second most viewed English language newspaper website in the world, after the New York Times. The Guardian is the leading daily Left-wing broadsheet newspaper in Great Britain, outselling the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/01/09 (Very useful, 37 readings)
When I'm warming up at work for a days' cataloguing, there are two sources I always look to for reliable and well-informed news content. The Guardian website (www.guardian.co.uk) is one of these. I know that the paper is considered very liberal by many, but I've always found this to be a considerable advantage, as the journalists seems to be free (for the most part) to express themselves freely and honestly, without some of the scare mongering stories that make it into the quasi-tabloid press (you know, the ones that claim to be serious papers but still feature stories about Victoria Beckham!) The main articles are usually of a high standard and are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/01, updated on 20/06/01 (Very useful, 77 readings)
Every morning I follow the same pattern, after my lecture at 10:00 am, I go to the shop to pick up my 20p (student price) Guardian, read the front and back pages in that seventies style kitchen and go off to another lecture. I start reading the paper again at about 10:00 pm with the dark, gloomy Glasgow night staring at me coldly outside. In the morning I read the editorials, letters and business section at breakfast and the cycle continues... On weekdays The Guardian is my guide to what is going on in the world around me. I spend most of my life within a five mile radius, so it would be all to easy to get colloquial. I read it because I agree with it on most ... Read the complete review
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