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No sign of Grange Hill, Byker Grove, Blue Peter, The Animals Of Farthing Wood, Aquilla, The Demon Headmaster, The Queen's Nose, Live & Kicking... I could go on. If that chart is aimed at people who grew up in the 80s and 90s then they've got it badly wrong.
The majority of those shows are from the 2000s, a decade which I was born in. It’s a bit of light hearted fun. A lot of the Children’s BBC and CBBC (not the channel) generation are taking it way too seriously. As seen on here and on Twitter.
ITV may have felt that having an episode each night was a waste, and having it aired weekly enables them to fill prime time schedules at weekends. There is also the fact, that having it stripped can cause people to become bored with the show after say night 3, and lose interest.
This mock was meant to be adapting the 2011 titles rather than the 2004-2007 ones.
I’m talking about the new studio that’s been used since 2017 in Acton, West London. Hence the words ‘old studio in Wembley’
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I'm not entirely sure that the Global Academy was set-up as to provide a pool of presenters from West London for their stations. If anything, it'll give them the building blocks to go further in the media industry if they want to, but to all intensive purposes, it's another academy with a media slant.
It most definitely wasn’t that. The training given to us was the practical and technical skills needed for a career in Broadcast and Digital Media. I can happily say that I graduated last year and I’m in a brilliant position.
Haha no, that would be funny though.
Sounds like Ashley Tabor did something to upset you.
Not so much Ashley, more the school I graduated from, you know, the one that Global owns.
I just wanted to get everyone’s opinion on 4Music as I personally think that the channel has become a former shadow of itself in recent years.
Now they have to chop the titles up and cut Holly and Phil out (and even zoom into a taxi window at one point) which looks really awful. This is what happens when you don't keep it simple.
Which year did Lambie Nairn create the titles?