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Apologies about the poor quality.
Now it's being changed for changes sake...it doesn't need it. Not now anyway!
If there's a deficit of over £100 million from what Scotland pays in than what it gets back then I dread to think what the programming deficit is for viewers in the English Regions, who of course pay the same license fee yet, bar regional news, get the grand total of 50 minutes of regional programming a week (20 minute Sunday Poltics opt-out and 30 minutes of Inside Out, of which half of the stories are used to pad out the regional news).
You have to remember that English regions, or England as a whole, doesn't have its own Parliament, justice system, health system, etc.
I agree that English regions should get more in the way of "local" programmes.
Just to add, I think the new Scottish stand-alone channel is a bad idea. Money could be better spent improving Scottish programmes on BBC One and Two, especially Reporting Scotland...
when it's dropped to one night a week?
Do you think that will happen?
I doubt it. I think they'll stick with it no matter how low the viewing figures may go. Gone are the days when a programme tanks in the ratings and is pulled from the schedules right away, moved to a graveyard slot to die.
I hope it's the former.
Last edited by GMc on 15 February 2017 5:12pm
I see they've left CAPS LOCK on again:
Just like BBC NEWS, itv NEWS, sky NEWS, ALJAZEERA, REPORTING SCOTLAND...
STV2 is launching in Aberdeen and the North East on March 6. If you have any projects or ideas you would like to submit, let them know!— Neil Drysdale (@NeilDrysdale) January 14, 2017
Alex first appeared last year (October IIRC) - he is freelance, as is Jo Farrow. I assume he will only fill in when both Sean and Jo are unavailable.
Last edited by GMc on 5 January 2017 1:48pm
Is it an actual relaunch, though? Are they planning any other changes other than going single-headed?
If no other changes are planned, it just seems strange that they didn't go single-headed from last night, even with Alastair for now, until Mary returns from leave.
I'm struggling to understand your logic.
Steph McGovern or Sally Nugent would be a good shouts.
Steph McGovern confirmed on twitter that she will replace Naga on Breakfast while Naga is on Newsnight for four months.
Great choice! Steph is perfect for the role, although I think she'd be better alongside Dan...
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Last edited by GMc on 23 December 2016 4:31pm