Int: Hello, I'm from the local newsagents' association and we're doing
a survey on people's reading habits. Would you mind answering a few questions?
Ann: Not at all.
Int: Great. So, what kind of newspaper do you read?
Ann: Well, I don't get one every day but I prefer broadsheet papers because
they're well- written and informative.
Int: You don't read tabloids then.
Ann: No, because you have to take everything they write with a
pinch of salt. It's not really news.
Int: What about gossip magazines? Do you ever read them?
Ann: Oh, occasionally. Just for fun. I think everyone enjoys a bit of scandal
now and then.
Int: Do you believe the stories in them?
Ann: Not really. You can't believe everything you read, can you?
Int: Did you know that nearly all the people who took part in our survey today
said that they get most of their information about what's going on in the
world from gossip magazines?
Ann: Really? That's unbelievable! But then truth is stranger than fiction!