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Dan Gooding327 posts since 4 Mar 2006
Central (East) East Midlands Today
I sent an e-mail to South East Today asking about their breakfast graphics and have recieved a reply. Here it is:


Thank you for your message.

As you say, we have rolled out some new graphics for the breakfast
bulletins and will be extending them to other bulletins in the near
future.

Regards, Jane Trumble


-----Original Message-----
Sent: 11 October 2006 18:05
To: SouthEastToday
Subject: From internet site contacts form


Name: Daniel Gooding

Comment:

I was just wondering what's going on with you graphics at the moment, as
it seems that your Breakfast Bulletins have a new set of graphics and
the main programmes don't. what is happening?


So i take it this means a new look is iminant?
Daniel89248 posts since 28 Jun 2006
Yesterday's edition of SET seemed a bit too harsh. First they show a report where some man tries to demand the average southeasterner to move to somewhere like Wales just because they don't want another water shortage. Wouldn't it be better if they moved the chavs up north to save on water AND make the south east a better place to live in?

Another interesting story I saw as well was about introducing double decker train carriages. Sounds like a great idea but would you really go into the trouble of rebuilding bridges to make way for this?
Glenn162 posts since 18 Nov 2005
Meridian (South) South Today
I have to admit I am a very nostalgic person. And living in the TVS & Meridian eras I can remember growing up with Carl Tyler presenting the weather. I'm probably a bit too young to remember Trevor The Weather Baker (I'm 25), but I always remember Carl. Very Happy

It's great to see him on again today for the pan-regional Meridian bulletins. It's always nice while it lasts. Very Happy Martyn Davies and Gemma Humphries should go away a bit more often. Laughing
ThePotato109 posts since 7 Jan 2005
Daniel B posted:
Wouldn't it be better if they moved the chavs up north to save on water AND make the south east a better place to live in?


Why not move our chavs down to you and let you suffer even more? What have you got against the North anyway?
noggin13,885 posts since 26 Jun 2001
Glenn posted:
I have to admit I am a very nostalgic person. And living in the TVS & Meridian eras I can remember growing up with Carl Tyler presenting the weather. I'm probably a bit too young to remember Trevor The Weather Baker (I'm 25), but I always remember Carl. Very Happy

It's great to see him on again today for the pan-regional Meridian bulletins. It's always nice while it lasts. Very Happy Martyn Davies and Gemma Humphries should go away a bit more often. Laughing


Ah - it was always Ron Lobeck for us TVS/Meridian South East viewers...

There was a golden age of Mike Debens, Liz Wickham, Anna Maria-Ashe and Ron Lobeck...