As long as you have a computer and know how to make a file (and backup) you should never have to worry about losing one of your favorite BBC News clips again.
Be Careful What You Ask For
If you asked for it chances are You Tube has it on video. Videos from the BBC, America and anywhere else around the world can be found on You Tube. They can be late breaking news stories, old news stories, funny video clips, serious video clips, and video clips that you’re really not sure of. It’s incredible what some people will do to be on You Tube. The only thing you need to watch out for (well actually one of the things not the only thing) is that what you’re looking at is true to life. Even if it isn’t you may still consider it one of your favorites, but don’t take everything you see on the Internet as fact… Much of it is fiction.
Celebrity And Political News
These are probably some of the most interesting, and therefore most faked, breaking news stories around. If you hear about the death of a celebrity (which we have by the way heard far too much of lately), make sure that it’s the real thing before you go off the deep end; and even then try to avoid going off the deep end. Something is constantly happening in the race for the White House and something’s always going down at the Royal Palace. It’s because of that unfortunately, that people tend to make things up on a regular basis and post it as news. Don’t be surprised when tuning in to a new story (particularly if it’s on You Tube) when you end up viewing something that has absolutely nothing to do with what the title of the story supposedly was or is a sad representation of it. Surprise! You win the prize for being most gullible today.
If indeed it says ‘man commits suicide on video with a gunshot to the head’ chances are; it’s a fake (sadly, not always however).