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A former member
Her day off is Thursday? Odd set up.
A former member
No Piers days off isn't the same, or comparable. Laura Miller will be doing Mon - wed Reporting scotland - Friday BBC scotland news

You have to wonder is there no one spare to fill the Friday slot?
all new Phil3,408 posts since 12 Feb 2005
Granada North West Today
No Piers days off isn't the same, or comparable. Laura Miller will be doing Mon - wed Reporting scotland - Friday BBC scotland news

You have to wonder is there no one spare to fill the Friday slot?

Well I mean I tend to have a Thursday off myself but I don’t see the company I work for being desperate to find someone else to work Friday instead of me...
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A former member
Its different news brands.
Thistle39 posts since 26 Oct 2019
With preparations underway for BBC Scotland's overnight election coverage, programmes such as The Seven, Seven Days, The Nine and The Edit will move to the 4th floor of Pacific Quay. The set has been replicated so really, you shouldn't be able to see much difference. Here are grabs from tonight's 'Seven' and 'Seven Days'.

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Brekkie33,308 posts since 4 Jan 2003 Recently warned
HTV Wales Wales Today
Will be interesting to see what they do with the election set and whether it's more in the network style. Considering they've relocated though and basically replicated the set it begs the question why they didn't just build the election set itself on the 4th floor?
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DVB Cornwall8,883 posts since 4 Dec 2003
Westcountry Spotlight
Looking at the schedules, rightly they're claiming exemption from the 1200-BBC TWO REBROADCAST - 1900 - BBC SCOTLAND SCHEDULE - 0000 time block constraints on Friday.

Additional programming running overnight into the morning from 0000 - 0900 (as scheduled currently)