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DeMarkay318 posts since 29 Oct 2015
London London
Hi All.

I've decided to revisit Sunday Live after almost a year.

A new logo and title sequence have been created, alongside the addition of an end credits sequence and two new theme tunes.

I was inspired by Daybreak for the Opening Titles. The theme music is a demo that Dobs Vye created for Daybreak back in 2010.

Emma Willis and Mel Giedroyc are the main hosts, with contributions from Gino D'Acampo, Marvin Humes and Roman Kemp.

Gino will be providing the food each week, whilst cooking with guests.

Marvin Humes will be providing the tunes with musical guests and also in and out from ad breaks.

Roman Kemp will be providing all of the Showbiz, Pop Culture and Entertainment News.

Enjoy!

Last edited by DeMarkay on 13 June 2019 12:13am - 3 times in total
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JamieCB (previously JamieBrighty) 29 posts since 7 Aug 2017
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It’s a real shame getting a low rating. I’d be interested to know what I can improve on?

It's one of those Marmite-esque ideas - that has promise but at the moment, the description and execution of it is iffy and meh.

Personally, if I saw a show with Mel Giedroyc and Emma Willis presenting, I'd quite happily run into a wall at high speed and head first or take a tranquilizer (a little drastic but hey I'm known for doing stupid things in real life). On a serious note, I'd change your main presenter to say JUST ONE who had handle the format - one viewers like and can handle the light and shade well (ie Aled Jones or perhaps Emma Willis as a standalone).

Let's start with the titles/logo and theme. I'd make the titles a little more snappier and more viewer engaging - and the theme too. The title screen/logo needs an overhaul: perhaps a Serif Sans font - and all on one level (ie: 'Sunday LIVE or Weekend LIVE) - and the background a lighter colour: pastel colours as an example. Perhaps the last shot of the titles, TRANSITION to the logo reveal THEN transition shot to STUDIO/PRESENTER. A more smoother opener IMO.

Format wise - a one hour/90 minutes show:
- Emma Willis or Aled Jones (as he seems suited to the 'Weekend' series he did for ITV) / or Eamonn and Ruth (if you go TWO)
- Discussion: Paper Review or the week's Hot Topics - with a panel (say THREE others) Segment One
- Real-Life Hot Topic (True Life feature) or Celebrity Interview Segment Two
- Showbiz w/ (whoever who put in here) / VT about an issue/celebrity, etc. Segment Three
- Second Celebrity Interview / Band Interview / Political Figure / Show Launches A Campaign, etc Segment Four
- Cookery with Simon Rimmer or Phil Vickery or James Martin Segment Five
- Band Interview and Live Performance / Celebrity Interview / True Life Segment Segment Six

That would be my preferred schedule - and plus, the segments are flexible so the topics can be moved around!

Hope my suggestions have helped with the execution of the show. Perhaps these can help.
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DeMarkay318 posts since 29 Oct 2015
London London
It’s a real shame getting a low rating. I’d be interested to know what I can improve on?

It's one of those Marmite-esque ideas - that has promise but at the moment, the description and execution of it is iffy and meh.

Personally, if I saw a show with Mel Giedroyc and Emma Willis presenting, I'd quite happily run into a wall at high speed and head first or take a tranquilizer (a little drastic but hey I'm known for doing stupid things in real life). On a serious note, I'd change your main presenter to say JUST ONE who had handle the format - one viewers like and can handle the light and shade well (ie Aled Jones or perhaps Emma Willis as a standalone).

Let's start with the titles/logo and theme. I'd make the titles a little more snappier and more viewer engaging - and the theme too. The title screen/logo needs an overhaul: perhaps a Serif Sans font - and all on one level (ie: 'Sunday LIVE or Weekend LIVE) - and the background a lighter colour: pastel colours as an example. Perhaps the last shot of the titles, TRANSITION to the logo reveal THEN transition shot to STUDIO/PRESENTER. A more smoother opener IMO.

Format wise - a one hour/90 minutes show:
- Emma Willis or Aled Jones (as he seems suited to the 'Weekend' series he did for ITV) / or Eamonn and Ruth (if you go TWO)
- Discussion: Paper Review or the week's Hot Topics - with a panel (say THREE others) Segment One
- Real-Life Hot Topic (True Life feature) or Celebrity Interview Segment Two
- Showbiz w/ (whoever who put in here) / VT about an issue/celebrity, etc. Segment Three
- Second Celebrity Interview / Band Interview / Political Figure / Show Launches A Campaign, etc Segment Four
- Cookery with Simon Rimmer or Phil Vickery or James Martin Segment Five
- Band Interview and Live Performance / Celebrity Interview / True Life Segment Segment Six

That would be my preferred schedule - and plus, the segments are flexible so the topics can be moved around!

Hope my suggestions have helped with the execution of the show. Perhaps these can help.


I love this, thank you!