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JamesWorldNews7,530 posts since 22 Aug 2004
STV Central BBC World
A new thread for the launch of tomorrow's new show as detailed above.

In fact, Sally continues in a slot which she has occupied for the last 16 years or so. I'm pleased for her and it's great to see BBC World having faith in one of the longer serving and more established faces at the channel, a departure from more recent launches which featured new names and faces.

As for the look and feel of the programme, Sally's Twitter has a few images of the redone Studio C. Eager to hear the theme music from tomorrow too.

As a big fan of World and The World Today which formerly filled this slot, looking forward to the launch tomorrow.

Post aplenty, Please, as alas I'll be away from the tv.
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welshkid123 posts since 10 Nov 2003
HTV Wales Wales Today
Been watching since the start.

A few little stumbling over words from Sally, which isn't a surprise with a brand new format.

The vamp at the start of the hour is lovely, and reminds me of The World Today from the red and cream era with the deep bass tone. Actually the whole music package is just lovely.

Titles I would say are an evolution of what we have seen before. Although there also seems to be a nod to BBC Breakfast circles in the titles, including below the strap and ticker when the headlines are put on screen

There is a different London view on the video wall.

Really nice relaunch of this long standing slot.

I have no way of video capture I'm sorry
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welshkid123 posts since 10 Nov 2003
HTV Wales Wales Today
There is also a sports briefing with its own sting which is the titles globe with red and yellow rings around it.

I'm not 100% if it's not an opt in/out thing as there appeared to be a lot of video footage and an obvious place where world show a world version of the sport briefing from Salford
Graffismo (previously AlejoBBC) 83 posts since 2 Nov 2011
BBC World
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lxflyer419 posts since 25 Jul 2013
UTV Newsline
The sport briefing element appears to be pre-recorded, presumably by the overnight sports presenter. The sports graphics are very clever.

The "news briefing" global papers review from 05:45 is repeated at 06:45 (as was the case previously).

All in all a good quality production.
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Mike W4,796 posts since 30 Apr 2006
Lovely music but sorry, am not a fan of any of the graphics or titles. They just look like all those crappy mocks on YouTube.

I agree, the titles look like the Look North titles that one of those programmes was using, very simple attempt to emulate the Lambie Nairn style, but virtually no depth to them at all.
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Earlie37266 posts since 20 Oct 2003
Meridian (South) South Today
So two different pieces of music for two half hour programmes - a nice achievement!

Agreed with the others about the titles - the stock photos just don't work that well.

What I am intrigued by is that with all these new titles being made (including Afternoon Live on the News Channel) is that they will all have to be remade at some point using the BBC Reith font. I'm surprised they didn't use the opportunity to start sneaking it in but I suppose at least it maintains consistency until it happens.
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Jay Lee491 posts since 7 Apr 2015
London
I'm liking this.

I know the programme does its job as it is, there's nothing inherently wrong with it and there's a lack of funding, but I wish someone would now turn their attention to refreshing the look of Breakfast.
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