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JamesWorldNews8,006 posts since 22 Aug 2004
STV Central BBC World News

BBC News: Presenters, correspondent & rotas

Having now watched the clip, it seems to be a 3 months hiatus and a commitment to return to World News.

Michelle Fleury is quite capable and has a good rapport with her colleagues. She’s been around for a while actually.

David Eades has been an excellent replacement for Christian for the last one month. I believe he’s better than all the others who have filled-in on that slot. I guess the direction and time zones makes it quite an art..........
@JamesWorldNews | Formerly BBC WORLD
JamesWorldNews8,006 posts since 22 Aug 2004
STV Central BBC World News

Loose Women | Twenty Years Anniversary

On yesterday’s Loose Women, special guest Jonathan Ross was telling Janet Street-Porter that he’s starting to record his new series in exactly the same studio that the Loose Women are in.

I always had the impression that Jonathan Ross’ set was vast, with a large studio audience. The Loose set in comparison is small.

Do they remove barriers and merge spaces for Ross’ show?
@JamesWorldNews | Formerly BBC WORLD
JamesWorldNews8,006 posts since 22 Aug 2004
STV Central BBC World News

ITV News

Has anyone else spotted the Easter egg on News at ten?


Listen, I know he’s not quite Alastair Burnet or Alastair Stewart, and maybe he has gained a little bit of weight, and he may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but you can’t just go around calling Tom Bradby an Easter Egg!

Cadbury’s and Rowntree MacKintosh will be up in arms!

Bong!
@JamesWorldNews | Formerly BBC WORLD
JamesWorldNews8,006 posts since 22 Aug 2004
STV Central BBC World News

Government to suspend Parliament

Sky has dropped the Pledge for coverage of Rudd's resignation


Phew! I caught a bit of The Pledge on Thursday to see if it's improved. There's still too much cackling and I can't stand every panelist reading autocue badly to introduce each segment.


Messrs Sarpong, Malone and Ferrari are all rather capable of reading the autocue. June especially.

)Does Amber Rudd want/expect/hope to be the next PM, I wonder........)

Back to the coverage: Sky News got it right, breaking away to show the Rudd coverage of what is a fairly significant event in the scheme of things.

BBC News: can’t comment. Did this breaking news occur during a slot produced by World?
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