A man uses descriptive language to report a sighting of the Loch Ness monster to a police officer. He uses interesting and poetic language used to describe the sighting, and uses similes to create impact with the audience. The conclusion explains how we can create strong images in our writing by using adjectives, similes and nonsense words.

First broadcast:
4 October 2007

Could be used as an example of including strong images in descriptions and to highlight differences between language used for different text types. It could also be used as an example of similes.