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JKDerry997 posts since 15 Oct 2016 Recently warned
UTV Newsline
I don't like that they have to move. It is part of the DNA of this morning to have a lovely LIVE view.

Blame ITV executives who are focusing on money and not studios. They would rather have three small studios in a small area of the site, rather than continue with the three larger studios.
Inspector Sands12,725 posts since 25 Aug 2004
I don't like that they have to move. It is part of the DNA of this morning to have a lovely LIVE view.

Blame ITV executives who are focusing on money and not studios. They would rather have three small studios in a small area of the site, rather than continue with the three larger studios.

Though remember that after it returns it will have a window view again
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JKDerry997 posts since 15 Oct 2016 Recently warned
UTV Newsline
I don't like that they have to move. It is part of the DNA of this morning to have a lovely LIVE view.

Blame ITV executives who are focusing on money and not studios. They would rather have three small studios in a small area of the site, rather than continue with the three larger studios.

Though remember that after it returns it will have a window view again

Four years is a long time. 2022 is when they are due back, all based if work on the site goes to plan. Remember BBC Studioworks were due to return to Television Centre in 2015, but delayed it to 2017 due to construction work progress.
DE88640 posts since 8 Jan 2017
UTV Newsline
Blame ITV executives who are focusing on money and not studios. They would rather have three small studios in a small area of the site, rather than continue with the three larger studios.

Though remember that after it returns it will have a window view again

Four years is a long time. 2022 is when they are due back, all based if work on the site goes to plan. Remember BBC Studioworks were due to return to Television Centre in 2015, but delayed it to 2017 due to construction work progress.


Could be worse, could it not?
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Whataday9,121 posts since 13 Sep 2001
HTV Wales Wales Today
I don't like that they have to move. It is part of the DNA of this morning to have a lovely LIVE view.

Blame ITV executives who are focusing on money and not studios. They would rather have three small studios in a small area of the site, rather than continue with the three larger studios.


Because of course, as executives of a commercial enterprise, focusing on what makes money is a rookie error.
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RDJ2,502 posts since 25 Oct 2003
Central (South) Midlands Today
The show is coming from HMS Belfast today. Not sure if they'll have time to get back to the studio at some point during the show as it's not that close by, unless they're going to sail back up the Thames at some point.
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AxG3,499 posts since 24 Jul 2006
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
The show is coming from HMS Belfast today. Not sure if they'll have time to get back to the studio at some point during the show as it's not that close by, unless they're going to sail back up the Thames at some point.

Second part with Alison Hammond, whilst Philip and Holly travel on an Inflatable Raiding Craft back to the studio.
steddenm1,343 posts since 11 Oct 2004
Central (West) Midlands Today
Opening of today’s show featured the statement issued yesterday over ITV and Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway.

Philip and Holly said it was difficult to then because Ant is a friend of theirs.

Both looked physically upset having to read the statement out.
"Stop touching Dot's pussy - you don't know where it's been!" (Honey Mitchell, EastEnders)
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Larry the Loafer5,351 posts since 2 Jul 2005
Granada North West Today
I'm on the fence with how This Morning handled it. Yes, they can pick and choose what to talk about, but considering how much of what they talk about revolves around showbiz, it turns into an elephant in the room situation.

And as for them being friends, I suppose Charlie Brooker's early Screenwipe item about different kinds of presenters stuck with me, in particular the presenters who act like the chummy neighbour when, in reality, they don't care if you live or die (or a similar Brookerism, I can't remember it verbatim). It's left me feeling quite cynical about how the happy, all-encompassing "ITV family" is portrayed on screen.
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