That was a great era. Fond memories.
I also quite liked the funky titles that followed that look:
After that I started to outgrow the programme. I didn't really actively watch the 1997- era of Newsround, except that it aired before Neighbours, I think, so I sometimes caught a little bit.
I was always rather fond of that one's immediate successor. (EDIT: Beaten to it, whilst still typing my post!)
I was never a fan of the logo just saying "nr". The very first title sequence to end with such a logo at least began with the full word Newsround, but several subsequent title sequences didn't. As far as I'm concerned, the programme's name during those years should've been pronounced "Nur" because that's all that the logo sodding well said.
The end of @BBCNewsround branding from 2014. So proud.— James Mobbs (@jamesmobbs) September 1, 2019
Fitting close with @rickyboleto, who first launched it. I’ll miss this closing music!
I designed a shiny look and a fresh new sound by @molecularsnd launches tomorrow at 7.40am. pic.twitter.com/vQXavZudc3
Jenny Lawrence headed the first new look bulletin. No reference to it though or the afternoon bulletin time.
Refreshed brand for @BBCNewsround across TV & digital has arrived! Here’s a short case study ▶️— James Mobbs (@jamesmobbs) September 2, 2019
Thanks to everyone involved in the collaboration
TV 📺@Jayrobey @craigoharaphoto @KenzikoUK @thomasfoster_
UX 💻📱@callumtweeters @john_kearney @bbcuxd
Music 🎧 @molecularsnd pic.twitter.com/s8Wj0BKff6