There was no doubt that in the early and mid-eighties that many of us in broadsheet newspapers felt that we still had a responsibility to try to protect the Royal Family or if you like protect the Monarchy from the assaults of the media.
The nicest thing is to open the newspapers and not to find yourself in them.
I read about eight newspapers in a day. When I'm in a town with only one newspaper, I read it eight times.
And we also read Newsweek, Time and several newspapers.
The theatre has always been voraciously omnivorous. Dramatists have always raided every medium to find grist to their mill: myths, folk tales, newspapers, novels, films, works of art of all kinds.
Misery sells newspapers.
Before there was an Internet, before there was an A.O.L., the circulation of newspapers was going down.
I wrote newspaper articles professionally for seven years, and I love newspapers.
The man who reads nothing at all is better educated than the man who reads nothing but newspapers.
I feel that I belong to the 19th century. Some composers' music is very topical. It almost says, 'This is about what I read in newspapers yesterday.' Not mine.
Every child should have time for arts, music, sports, drama, robotics, school newspapers and the like, not to mention recess and play.
I don't really use the Internet or the newspapers to find out about people.
I'm a news junkie who's constantly reading newspapers and magazines. I look around and see what's happening in the world.
I write early in the morning, usually after reading portions of at least half a dozen newspapers on the web.
You know, the more I appear on newspapers, the more famous I become.
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