Paul Kelley

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Spain’s hit TV programme for children, MasterChef Junior, had 3 million young viewers glued to their television until after 1am on a weekday. That drew the criticism of Spanish MPs, who called for the state broadcaster RTVE, to schedule programmes for children to finish no later than 11pm between Sunday and Thursday.

Their parliamentary motion rightly argued that “television viewing habits play a part in our country’s lack of nocturnal rest”. As in many modern nations, many people habitually use television, computers or phones late at night: “Children who don’t get enough sleep exhibit problems such as irritability, sleepiness and a lack of concentration,” the MPs said.…  Seguir leyendo »