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Last edited by London Lite on 16 January 2018 6:48pm
Where? you dont see them very often.
There's been quite a few British commissions over the last few years. Your Face Or Mine, Takeshi's Castle, Drunk History, The Chris Ramsey Show, Stand Up Central, that Joel Dommett and Nish Kumar travelogue, Roast Battle starts next week.
And the Russell Howard and his Mum travelogue.
I carried on watching Sky News throughout the first period of the Glass Box and will continue to do so if it comes from a glass box, a contained box or a shed in an allotment off the A4.
Ireland AM isn't too bad, at least it doesn't try and pretend to be newsy like GMB, leaving the news to a 3 News branded bulletin. There are inane fashion segments in at least every other edition, although I find the combo of three middle aged men and a younger woman a bit odd for what is obviously a female skewed show.
The weekend editions of AM seem more targeted, where the lifestyle format works a lot better. The presenters also seem at least under 50! 3 News bulletins also feature.
The 6 O'Clock Show appears to be The One Show stripped bare without the VT's to pad it out, so lots of dull chat with the guests. Same format night after night with a cookery slot at the end of the running order. However, co-presenter Muireann has the potential to cross over to British tv.
Xpose. Really basic set with two presenters who are largely out speaking to celebs or showbiz news. Liquid News was a lot better than this nonsense!
However I can't fault 3 News (aired on TV3 during daytime and Be3 evenings), really focused and not stuck in a time warp like RTÉ.
Tactic to stop viewers tuning over to the Six One?
To add, it was Tom and Rebecca on Sunrise this morning. The second presenter role really is wasted on weekdays when they're relegated to a couple of 5 min heads.