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Whataday10,028 posts since 13 Sep 2001
HTV Wales Wales Today
The podcast is using a new graphic as of today. I presume it's taken from the titles of the TV show:

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The show starts one week today and is only scheduled to be 30 mins long. I'm sure on a busy news day there is scope to extend as it's only the BBC News simulcast that follows.
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dosxuk4,202 posts since 22 Oct 2005
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
The podcast is using a new graphic as of today. I presume it's taken from the titles of the TV show:

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The show starts one week today and is only scheduled to be 30 mins long. I'm sure on a busy news day there is scope to extend as it's only the BBC News simulcast that follows.


It has a new look and new titles, but the TV show is just doing to be them recording their normal (non-klaxon edition) podcast, with radio studios in Westminster and Brussels kitted out with cameras. Apparently they had the option to go to a full TV studio, but wanted to stay true to the format.
noggin14,437 posts since 26 Jun 2001
The podcast is using a new graphic as of today. I presume it's taken from the titles of the TV show:

*

The show starts one week today and is only scheduled to be 30 mins long. I'm sure on a busy news day there is scope to extend as it's only the BBC News simulcast that follows.


It has a new look and new titles, but the TV show is just doing to be them recording their normal (non-klaxon edition) podcast, with radio studios in Westminster and Brussels kitted out with cameras. Apparently they had the option to go to a full TV studio, but wanted to stay true to the format.


Yes - I imagine they could have done it in the Millbank TV studio like they did when they took over 'Politics Live' or when 'The Bottom Line' recorded at Millbank rather than in a radio studio.

I think they are right to avoid turning it into a TV show.
m_in_m1,654 posts since 22 Apr 2006
Anglia (East) Look East
The podcast is using a new graphic as of today. I presume it's taken from the titles of the TV show:

*

The show starts one week today and is only scheduled to be 30 mins long. I'm sure on a busy news day there is scope to extend as it's only the BBC News simulcast that follows.


It has a new look and new titles, but the TV show is just doing to be them recording their normal (non-klaxon edition) podcast, with radio studios in Westminster and Brussels kitted out with cameras. Apparently they had the option to go to a full TV studio, but wanted to stay true to the format.


Yes - I imagine they could have done it in the Millbank TV studio like they did when they took over 'Politics Live' or when 'The Bottom Line' recorded at Millbank rather than in a radio studio.

I think they are right to avoid turning it into a TV show.

I just hope that the TV time limit doesn't restrict the podcast. Hopefully they'll still aim for a particular length and just edit down the TV edition - but that might not be so easy in the time available.
mdtauk6,316 posts since 4 Jan 2003
London London
This TV edition replaces the regular weekly Brexitcast on a Thursday - but they will continue to do the impromptu emergency Brexitcasts, so they can dig into the detail and be as long as needed.
News96787 posts since 20 Dec 2013
Look North (Yorkshire)
Interestingly (from Next Thursday) the BBC1 Showing of Brexitcast will actually be the repeat as the News Channel will be seeing it first at 9:30pm (instead of the 2nd half of Outside Source) However i think this maybe for the launch only
Matt1445150 posts since 12 Jul 2019 new member
Central (West) Midlands Today
Interestingly (from Next Thursday) the BBC1 Showing of Brexitcast will actually be the repeat as the News Channel will be seeing it first at 9:30pm (instead of the 2nd half of Outside Source) However i think this maybe for the launch only

Doesn't mention being a one-off for launch, also airing on BBC World News instead of Outside Source

https://twitter.com/BBCNewsPR/status/1169950106663211009?s=20