Guest blogged by Winter Patriot
Now That's ENTERTAINMENT!! Cultural Nothing Ness NEWS at its best, no? Who said that? Not me!!
No, Really! It's Fabulous!! Really! Isn't it?? It's fabulous entertainment. Even the Bored and Boring Corporation often called the BBC is having some of it!
Martin Bashir's documentary Living With Michael Jackson will be shown to jurors at the singer's child abuse trial, the judge has ruled.
The controversial programme contains footage of singer Jackson defending his practice of letting young boys sleep in the same room as him at his ranch.
The defence opposed the move, saying the British journalist's show was heavily edited and unreliable evidence.
Mr Jackson, 46, has denied 10 counts of child molestation and conspiracy.
But if you go even farther afield, the perspective changes a bit, and here they are talking about something completely different!
Tuesday 25 January 2005, 8:14 Makka Time, 5:14 GMT
The new documentary Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room has been screened for the first time at the Sundance Film Festival in the US.
Touching on links between President George Bush and Enron Corp, the film closely explores the Houston-based company's massive financial collapse and the human toll on those involved in what was the largest US bankruptcy in history.
Shown to packed houses over the weekend, the movie has left audiences shaking their heads and wondering how the Enron debacle could have happened.
You probably won't see much about Sundance on CNN from the look of things, but on the other hand you can read more about it on Aljazeera!