The arboreal cost of celebrity gossip.
Taken from issue thirteen of Delayed Gratification (Oct-Dec 2013), available to order at the DG Shop.
Four decades after Richard Nixon kicked the whole thing off, the ‘gate’ phenomenon reached its apogee with Andrew Mitchell’s ‘Gategate': we chart the biggest and best -gates for the last 40 years, from Sachs- and Squidgy- to Nipple- and Fajita-.
Taken from issue nine of Delayed Gratification (Oct-Dec 2012), available for purchase at the DG Shop.
In June 2011 we did a minute-by-minute breakdown on the subject matter of stories featured on the News at Ten. Official disclaimer: this infographic may make your eyes go wibbly.
Taken from issue three of Delayed Gratification (Apr-Jun 2011), available for purchase at the DG Shop.
February 2011: aided by social media tools, revolution is spreading across the Arab world, with Egypt at its heart. But what are people saying on Twitter? We map the most tweeted-about topic by country: Egypt gets a decent amount of coverage, but is pipped to the top spot in South America by the Brazilian version of ‘Big Brother’.
Taken from issue two of Delayed Gratification (Jan-Mar 2011), available for purchase at the DG Shop.
As Simon Cowell’s annual karaoke and oddball-baiting festival comes to an end, we review the media highs and lows. Any competition which legitimately generates the headline ‘Strop goes the Waissel’ can’t be wholly bad.
Taken from issue one of Delayed Gratification (Oct-Dec 2010), available for purchase at the DG Shop.
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