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  • Even as he moved away from topical songs, he never lost his cultural status.
  • Many of these types of songs could be described as topical songs.
  • This has been and remains a major topical issue in the town.
  • He appears from time to time on radio and TV on topical social and political issues.
  • Lack of local or specific topical focus is a common criticism of mass media.
  • This led to him being given the chance to launch a new early evening current affairs topical news programme.
  • The same-day recording allowed for comments on topical news stories to be introduced.
  • During his concerts, between songs he often talked about topical issues, including black history and the civil rights movement.
  • Her recordings include many topical songs and material dealing with social issues.
  • Topical antibiotics may be needed only if no improvement is observed after three days.
  • Each half-hour episode mixed topical video game news, reviews, previews and features.
  • Her writings, especially on social and educational issues, express ideas which still remain highly topical.
  • The programme usually starts with a short interview on a topical subject making the news that day.
  • But a few stations build their news identities around these topical stories.
  • Talk radio is a radio format containing discussion about topical issues.
  • The programme covered the arts and sciences as well as topical matters and current affairs.
  • This programme provided a more detailed analysis of topical matters and current affairs.
  • He became one of the best-known figures in topical literary affairs, famous throughout Britain and its colonies.
  • Thus, Al Stewart's songs about historical events are generally not considered topical.
  • A topical song is a song that comments on political and/or social events.
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Synonyms of topical

Meaning of topical

  • adjective Of or relating to or arranged by topics
    a detailed record on both a chronological and a topical basis