I'm not sure if anyone has brought this up with regard to the "future predictions" angle yet; but it might be fun to do something with Nostradamus and his prophecies.
For anyone not completely clued up on future telling, Nostradamus was a 16th centuary French alchemist/scryer who wrote a bucket-load of prophecies in old french that are extremely open to interpretation.
I know the modern commentaries are still under copyright but I assume the original texts would be public domain.
We could approach the segment several different ways.
The first would be to approach his predictions from a historical perspective.... This is what he said/This is how commentators have interpreted the prophecy/This is the historical event they applied it to...
The second would be look at the prophecies that are still slated to occur... This is what he said/This is how commentators are interpreting the prophecy/A random situation as dreamed up by HR members to explain the prophecy (preferably completely benign).
And finally the third (my favorite) would be the HitRECord spin... A chunk or two of the actual French text/Translated by our French contingent/Reinterpreted by the entire HR populace/Presented in a nifty 1 minute animation as designed by our brilliant graphic artists!
Sorry if this makes little sense... It's late :oP
P.S. Just to prove a point about being open to interpretation, I was just looking at a couple of imminent predictions... There's one for 2015 that is currently interpreted as Hillary Clinton winning the US Presidency but subsequently annoying Europe and the rest of the world...
"Vers Aquilon grans efforts par hommasse
Presque l'Europe et l'univers vexer,"
There are two kinds of people in the world: those who dreams their life and those who live their dreams.