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NE
Newsroom
Someone in the BBC Newsroom will announce it. Jonathan Munro for example, the presenter and of course a schedule change Twitter account.
JL
JLP New member Tyne Tees Look North (North East)
Thank you! I've been using the Radio Times page which was updated today and said there was a briefing by Matt Hancock today(14th Jan), speculating this is due to yesterday's number of deaths and vaccines, and as far as I can see there isn't one.

https://www.radiotimes.com/tv/current-affairs/2021-01-14/government-coronavirus-briefing-time/
NE
Newsroom
BBC One are of course carrying the Downing Street briefing today as it's with the PM.
AS
AlexS
BBC One are of course carrying the Downing Street briefing today as it's with the PM.

Although the link on the BBC schedule currently takes you to a recording of the one with Priti Patel earlier in the week.
NE
Newsroom
AlexS posted:
BBC One are of course carrying the Downing Street briefing today as it's with the PM.

Although the link on the BBC schedule currently takes you to a recording of the one with Priti Patel earlier in the week.



This one? Not for me.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000rtsm
AS
AlexS
AlexS posted:
BBC One are of course carrying the Downing Street briefing today as it's with the PM.

Although the link on the BBC schedule currently takes you to a recording of the one with Priti Patel earlier in the week.



This one? Not for me.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000rtsm

It was linking to this https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000rp83 one (which has had the date changed to today) but they've obviously corrected it. Also https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000rp83/sign/bbc-news-special-coronavirus-update-15012021
NE
Newsroom
AlexS posted:
AlexS posted:
Although the link on the BBC schedule currently takes you to a recording of the one with Priti Patel earlier in the week.



This one? Not for me.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000rtsm

It was linking to this https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000rp83 one (which has had the date changed to today) but they've obviously corrected it. Also https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000rp83/sign/bbc-news-special-coronavirus-update-15012021


Ok thanks for that Alex, though still not seeing what you’re seeing. Shocked
JW
JamesWorldNews Central World News
ITV meets BBC TWO meets Downing Street:



@JamesWorldNews | #StayHomeSaveLives
DA
davidhorman Channel Channel Islands
Bit of a chastisement from Simon McCoy just there, after an on-site interview with the PM (doesn't seem to be a general BBC News thread, but it's CV related):

Quote:
Boris Johnson there, talking to our political correspondent Nick Eardley, who sounded as though he was wearing a mask, talking to the Prime Minister, who looked as though he wasn't.


You tell 'im, Si!
MF
Matthew_Fieldhouse Central (West) Midlands Today
Bit of a chastisement from Simon McCoy just there, after an on-site interview with the PM (doesn't seem to be a general BBC News thread, but it's CV related):

Quote:
Boris Johnson there, talking to our political correspondent Nick Eardley, who sounded as though he was wearing a mask, talking to the Prime Minister, who looked as though he wasn't.


You tell 'im, Si!

Nick said at 15:12 he only took it off for the interview so he could be heard clearly
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8EmCnoa_w4h6qqHHSwHf0Q
MA
Markymark Meridian (Thames Valley) South Today
I noticed on Sunday night, the BBC's Judith Moritz doing a remote interview with the father of one of the Arena bombing victims.

Judith was in an office, interviewing him on her laptop. The father was in his garden, not on Zoom/Skype, but via what looked like an ENG video link. Judith was being shot using another crew.

It's not the first time I've seen such things, I've seen both the interviewers and interviewee both talking to each other on their respective lap tops, and both being shot doing so. Not just the Beeb, ITN and Sky too.

I'm not sure two crews travelling around, is better than one crew in the same place as both parties ?
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DA
davidhorman Channel Channel Islands

I'm not sure two crews travelling around, is better than one crew in the same place as both parties ?


And if both parties aren't in the same place? Might be better to use two crews local to each location (one presumably already working out of that location) than have the interviewer travel a longer distance.

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