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Ne1L C992 posts since 11 Sep 2011
I think people are getting a little carried away. They aren’t going to bring back an ITN-produced bulletin when they already have a news gathering team and crew there ready to go for GMB.

Likely result will be Charlotte Hawkins presenting GMB solo for half an hour, with Piers’ Golden 10 Minutes(ish) then starting at 6.30 or even 7 and getting a bigger audience. If anything I’m surprised that’s not happened already.


Seems likely.
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all new Phil3,194 posts since 12 Feb 2005
Granada North West Today
I think people are getting a little carried away. They aren’t going to bring back an ITN-produced bulletin when they already have a news gathering team and crew there ready to go for GMB.

Likely result will be Charlotte Hawkins presenting GMB solo for half an hour, with Piers’ Golden 10 Minutes(ish) then starting at 6.30 or even 7 and getting a bigger audience. If anything I’m surprised that’s not happened already.
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Lottie Long Legs (previously Skytower) 654 posts since 20 Apr 2003
Westcountry Spotlight
The 1/10/87 edition was definitely in stereo too, as seen by the BBC archive copy that was floating around. BBC4 didn't show that one though.

We're not that far from the start of the Radio 1 stereo simulcast anyway when they will definitely all be in stereo.


Was that the case, though? I thought it was a while later that the show was broadcast in stereo through the telly - hence the simulcast idea.
Ne1L C992 posts since 11 Sep 2011
Hang on, are ITV considering bringing back the Morning News, which they axed in 2012? They axed it for a reason, it was a pointless bulletin, I don't see how it being at 6.00am will do any good if they are thinking of bringing it back. Just what ITV need, a repackaged News at Ten bulletin from the previous night at 6.00am.



I don't think it'll be a rehash of the ITV Morning News. I think it'll be a clearer split. GMB News may be a pure bulletin with the 6.30-9 slot focused more on interviews, analysis etc.

GMB News at 6.00am followed by Piers and Susanna at 6.30 - this would mean they might use a different desk or sofa area for the 30 minute news, if GMB will produce it and it is not an ITN production?



I don't know tbh. Quick if stupid question. Who provides the news for GMB. Is it ITV News/ITN or someone else a'la TVAM?
JKDerry1,689 posts since 15 Oct 2016
UTV Newsline
Hang on, are ITV considering bringing back the Morning News, which they axed in 2012? They axed it for a reason, it was a pointless bulletin, I don't see how it being at 6.00am will do any good if they are thinking of bringing it back. Just what ITV need, a repackaged News at Ten bulletin from the previous night at 6.00am.



I don't think it'll be a rehash of the ITV Morning News. I think it'll be a clearer split. GMB News may be a pure bulletin with the 6.30-9 slot focused more on interviews, analysis etc.

GMB News at 6.00am followed by Piers and Susanna at 6.30 - this would mean they might use a different desk or sofa area for the 30 minute news, if GMB will produce it and it is not an ITN production?
Ne1L C992 posts since 11 Sep 2011
Hang on, are ITV considering bringing back the Morning News, which they axed in 2012? They axed it for a reason, it was a pointless bulletin, I don't see how it being at 6.00am will do any good if they are thinking of bringing it back. Just what ITV need, a repackaged News at Ten bulletin from the previous night at 6.00am.



I don't think it'll be a rehash of the ITV Morning News. I think it'll be a clearer split. GMB News may be a pure bulletin with the 6.30-9 slot focused more on interviews, analysis etc.
Schwing221 posts since 13 Oct 2004
BBC World News

3. They will use separate commentary teams for TV & Radio but people will people hired to work for the BBC will work across TV & Radio dispelling myths they would use TMS on the TV


That happens now, with many of the TMS team (who are not BBC staff) also doing stints on Sky's coverage.

Well not really. There’s very little overlap between TMS and Sky - only Isa Guha does both.


I beg to differ, but... in the last 12months there has been a far more extensive crossover between TMS and Sky. It’s but just Isa Guga. There’s Charles Dagnall, Ebony Rainford-Brent, Graeme Swann, Michael Vaughan, Alison Mitchell and Charlotte Edwards.
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FanOfTV99369 posts since 6 Nov 2017
Granada North West Today
We also still use the MkIII desks at my local college radio station. More easier imo if you are just starting out on radio presenting.
The Tuesday 6-9 Show With Michael

Every Tuesday

(Hopefully) on Burnley College Radio.
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