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Ittr426 posts since 30 Sep 2017
A new L-shaped 'coffee table' and rostrum for ITV's weekly Coronavirus update programme.

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The seam in the backdrop "screens" (I know they're fake) reminds me of the good ol' days at the BBC with the Barco set-ups in N6 and TC7 Laughing
Last edited by Ittr on 31 March 2020 8:04am
Rkolsen3,307 posts since 20 Jan 2014
BBC World News
[quote:0838442342="Ittr" pid="1220735"][quote:0838442342="Stuart" pid="1220722"]A new L-shaped 'coffee table' and rostrum for ITV's weekly Coronavirus update programme.

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The seam in the "screens" (I know they're fake) reminds me of the good ol' days at the BBC with the Barco set-ups in N6 and TC7 Laughing[/quote:0838442342]
I like the desk. The only thing I wish is that the presenters would be able to pull their chairs into the desk.
Don’t let anyone treat you like you’re a VO/SOT when you’re a PKG.
JamesWorldNews9,137 posts since 22 Aug 2004
STV Central BBC World News
ITN’s Angus Walker leaves:



@JamesWorldNews | #StayHomeSaveLives
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yogibarney (previously iloveyorkshire) 533 posts since 28 Nov 2003
Granada North West Today
ITN’s Angus Walker leaves:





Didn’t he leave a year or so ago and then came back? Maybe he just went freelance and now his freelance contract is up?
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pip2204 posts since 14 Mar 2012
Meridian (South) South East Today
I like the desk. The only thing I wish is that the presenters would be able to pull their chairs into the desk.

That's rather difficult if the desk is lower than knee level or the arms on your chair.

Presenters would be able to pull their chairs under, if the desk had been designed to function as a desk. They’re tables, and I for one have never been a fan. Anyone tall with long legs looks very uncomfortable, Fred Dinenage is all lap!
nwtv20038,615 posts since 5 Jan 2003
Granada North West Today
Not wishing to open a can of worms, but we really could be doing with the calm authority of Alastair Stewart in these times, on air and in wider society.


A pleasant surprise tonight, Alastair is back on Twitter.


Indeed, his new Twitter handle is @AlStewartOBE whilst the account isn’t yet verified the tweets seem to be genuine as his family have been tweeting the account.
steve
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