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Jonwo
I bet both of these programme are only 20 minutes so that EastEnders can start on time.
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Shaun Linden Recently warned Central Reporting Scotland
Is there some contractual reason specials can't be named 'Reporting Scotland Special'?
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Emily Moore Granada North West Today
Jonwo posted:
I wouldn’t be surprised if Panorama had been chosen to be dropped as it’s about fly tipping so it can be shown at any time.

I hope they don't take the episode and dump it in a rural lay-by with a suspect sofa and rusty old fridge.
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Universal_r Central Reporting Scotland
The Scotland one shouldn’t be like it usually is which is basically telling us to ignore everything just announced as the first minister has hinted Scotland will follow largely the same structure as England.
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Worzel Anglia (West) Look East (West sub-opt)
Pretty slick handover on the BBC News Channel with Huw neatly closing the simulcast on BBC One at the desk, the long titles played (which I don't think I've seen on screen for about a year) and straight to Tim on the catwalk to pick up the coverage.
Last edited by Worzel on 23 February 2021 2:07pm
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Brekkie Wales Wales Today
Pretty slick handover on the BBC News Channel with Huw neatly closing the simulcast on BBC One at the desk, the long titles played (which I don't think I've seem on screen for about a year) and straight to Tim on the catwalk to pick up the coverage.

Something must have gone wrong. Very Happy
Here's to the next 20 ye.....

Oh!
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Worzel Anglia (West) Look East (West sub-opt)
Pretty slick handover on the BBC News Channel with Huw neatly closing the simulcast on BBC One at the desk, the long titles played (which I don't think I've seem on screen for about a year) and straight to Tim on the catwalk to pick up the coverage.

Something must have gone wrong. Very Happy


Laughing

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CallumF Central Reporting Scotland
Last night’s BBC News Special with the Prime Minister’s press conference attracted 15.8m viewers.

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Markymark Meridian (Thames Valley) South Today
Last night’s BBC News Special with the Prime Minister’s press conference attracted 15.8m viewers.


They'd have got double that figure if they hadn't spent the whole day broadcasting plot spoilers
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Meridian AM Meridian (South) South Today
The channel is called "BBC News". Why do they insist on writing and saying "channel" after it? It seems odd.
People don't say "Sky News channel"...
Last edited by Meridian AM on 23 February 2021 3:17pm
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Jon Central (West) Midlands Today
Last night’s BBC News Special with the Prime Minister’s press conference attracted 15.8m viewers.



The channel is called "BBC News". Why do they insist on writing and saying "channel" after it? It seems odd.
People don't say "Sky News channel"...

Well obviously in this case to distinguish it from the BBC One broadcast as that programme is also branded ‘BBC News’. It’s not a problem have Sky have.
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Andrew Founding member Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
Last night’s BBC News Special with the Prime Minister’s press conference attracted 15.8m viewers.



It didn't get 15.8m viewers in the usual BARB way of measuring viewers, it was about 9m on BBC One. That must be overall reach or something.
Last edited by Andrew on 23 February 2021 3:26pm

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