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itsrobert5,944 posts since 23 Mar 2001
Granada North West Today
I've no idea if anyone else will find this interesting or useful, but I was playing around with the Wayback Machine earlier and managed to come across some old BBC News 24 and BBC World schedules which I thought I would share.

These examples come from Thursday 12th February 1998:

BBC News 24:

6:00am BBC News 24
A full briefing to start the day, including news, sport, weather and business with headlines every 15 minutes. Presented by Sarah Montague, Chris Eakin and David Robertson. Including European Report from Brussels at 6.45
7:00am BBC News 24
A full briefing to start the day, including news, sport, weather and business with headlines every 15 minutes. Presented by Sarah Montague, Chris Eakin and David Robertson
8:00am BBC News 24
A full briefing to start the day, including news, sport, weather and business with headlines every 15 minutes. Presented by Sarah Montague, Chris Eakin and David Robertson
9:00am BBC News 24
Presented by Ben Geoghegan and Anastasia Cooke
10:00am BBC News 24
Presented by Ben Geoghegan and Anastasia Cooke. Including 10.30 Science and Technology
11:00am BBC News 24
Presented by Ben Geoghegan and Anastasia Cooke
12:00pm BBC News 24
Krishnan Guru-Murthy and Valerie Sanderson present the news as it breaks, with live reports from Britain and around the world
1:00pm BBC News 24
Krishnan Guru-Murthy and Valerie Sanderson present the news as it breaks, with live reports from Britain and around the world
2:00pm BBC News 24
Krishnan Guru-Murthy and Valerie Sanderson present the news as it breaks, with live reports from Britain and around the world
3:00pm BBC News 24
Krishnan Guru-Murthy and Valerie Sanderson present the news as it breaks, with live reports from Britain and around the world
4:00pm BBC Newsday 24
News and interviews with Gavin Esler and Sian Williams
5:00pm BBC Newsday 24
News and interviews with Gavin Esler and Sian Williams
6:00pm BBC Newsday 24
News and interviews with Gavin Esler and Sian Williams
7:00pm BBC News 24
The day's top stories, including Sportsday at 7.15
7:30pm HARDtalk
Tim Sebastian talks to newsmakers, personalities and ordinary people who find themselves in the news
8:00pm Europe Direct
Looking at news developments throughout Europe. Featuring interviews, sports, and developments in business and technology. Plus the latest news from European evening papers
9:00pm BBC News 24 UK
Reports from around Britain
9:30pm Interactive
Linking Britain with the rest of the world to explore and explain the issues of the day
10:00pm BBC News 24
11:00pm BBC News 24
Christopher Price takes a sideways look at the day's news, views and controversies
11:30pm USA Direct
Live satellite reports from New York and Washington. And Brian Barron, Bridget Kendall, Bill Turnbull and Stephen Sackur look at American culture, lifestyle and sport
12:00am BBC News 24
1:00am BBC News 24
2:00am BBC News 24
2:15am BBC World News
2:30am USA Direct
Live satellite reports from New York and Washington. And Brian Barron, Bridget Kendall, Bill Turnbull and Stephen Sackur look at American culture, lifestyle and sport
3:00am BBC News 24
3:15am BBC World News
3:30am HARDtalk
Tim Sebastian talks to newsmakers, personalities and ordinary people who find themselves in the news
4:00am BBC News 24
4:30am UK Direct
The best of the BBC's regional journalism
5:00am BBC News 24
5:30am USA Direct
Daily news programme from the BBC's correspondents across the United States


BBC World:

06:00 The World Today
Philip Hayton presents an essential briefing on the latest news, business, sport and weather. Including `Europe Today'
07:30 World Living:Film 98 with Barry Norman
Barry Norman looks at the latest film releases, reports from the sets of major films in progress, and gives a rundown of the week's most popular film and video titles
08:00 BBC World News; Weather
08:30 World Focus:The Money Programme
09:00 BBC World News; Weather
09:30 HARDtalk
Tim Sebastian talks to newsmakers, personalities and ordinary people who find themselves in the news
10:00 BBC World News; Weather
10:30 World Living:The Travel Show
11:00 The World Today
Nik Gowing presents interviews, analysis from special correspondents, `Europe Today', business, weather and sport. Featuring `Viewpoint' - a controversial perspective on world events, and `Postcards from Asia and Europe', essays from correspondents across the world. With news presented by Nisha Pillai
12:30 World Focus:The Money Programme
13:00 BBC World News
13:15 World Business Report
Followed by WeatherThe latest business news with informed analysis from the world's financial centres
13:30 The World Today
Stephen Cole and Nisha Pillai present news, opinion, analysis and features specially tailored for viewers in Asia
14:30 World Living:Top Gear
Motoring magazine
15:00 BBC World News; Weather
15:30 HARDtalk
Tim Sebastian talks to newsmakers, personalities and ordinary people who find themselves in the news
16:00 BBC World News; Weather
16:30 World Focus:The Money Programme
17:00 BBC World News; Weather
17:30 World Living:The Clothes Show
Fashion magazine
18:00 The World Today
The day's most comprehensive news bulletin, with coverage of international politics and finance, sport, the arts, and the latest world weather. Including `Europe Today': an in-depth look at events across the continent
18:00 The World Today
The day's most comprehensive news bulletin, with coverage of international politics and finance, sport, the arts, and the latest world weather. Including `Europe Today': an in-depth look at events across the continent
19:15 The XVIII Winter Olympics: Today at Nagano
A review of the day's action in the 1998 Winter Olympics from Nagano, Japan
19:30 HARDtalk
Tim Sebastian talks to newsmakers, personalities and ordinary people who find themselves in the news
20:00 BBC World News; Weather
20:30 The XVIII Winter Olympics: Today at Nagano
A review of the day's action in the 1998 Winter Olympics from Nagano, Japan
21:00 BBC World News
21:10 World Business Report
Followed by Weather
21:30 World Living:Earth Report Brazil
Environmental series presented by David Attenborough
22:00 BBC World News
22:10 Europe Direct
Looking at news developments throughout Europe. Featuring interviews, sports, and developments in business and technology. Plus the latest news from European evening papers
23:00 BBC World News
Including World Business Report and 24 Hours
00:00 BBC World Headlines
Followed by Weather
00:05 USA Direct
Daily news programme from the BBC's correspondents across the United States
00:30 World Living:The Clothes Show
Fashion magazine
01:00 BBC World News
Including World Business Report, Asia Today, and 24 Hours
02:00 BBC World News
Including World Business Report and USA Direct
03:00 BBC World News
Including World Business Report, Asia Today, and 24 Hours
04:00 BBC World News; Weather
04:30 World Focus:Panorama
Current affairs programme bringing the best in reporting from Britain and around the world
05:00 BBC World News; Weather
05:30 HARDtalk
Tim Sebastian talks to newsmakers, personalities and ordinary people who find themselves in the news


There's so much to note here, looking back 15 years later. One thing that really strikes me is just how much 'filler' programming existed back then on both channels, but particularly BBC World. It's amazing to think that now both channels are effectively rolling news channels and programmes like Europe Direct and USA Today have long since bitten the dust.

Another interesting thing is "BBC News 24 UK". I guess this was a forerunner to UK Today? Funny how they brought back News 24 Tonight years later to bring a round-up of reports from the regions as a new innovation, when in fact it had already been done!
itsrobert5,944 posts since 23 Mar 2001
Granada North West Today
No worries, Rob. Good idea to add them to your Listings Archive.

The Wayback Machine is so hit and miss, I was amazed to find these schedules to be honest. I'll have a dig around and see if I can find any more, particularly weekend schedules. Will post them if I do.
itsrobert5,944 posts since 23 Mar 2001
Granada North West Today
Surprisingly, finding weekend schedules actually wasn't too hard. 1998 seems to be a good year for the listings having been preserved in the Wayback Machine. Here we go:

BBC News 24:

Saturday 11th July 1998


6:00am BBC News 24
7:00am BBC News 24
Including a look forward to the day's sport
7:30am Straight Talk
Huw Edwards presents an informal look back at the events of the week in and around Westminster
8:00am Weekend 24
Chris Eakin and Rebecca Jones with a start to the weekend
9:00am BBC News 24
Shahnaz Pakravan presents the latest news and sports news
9:30am Seven Days
Matthew Amroliwala looks back at the events of the past week, including `Seven Days in Seven Minutes'
10:00am BBC News 24
10:30am Food Watch
Shahnaz Pakravan examines the issues that affect what we eat and what we buy
11:00am BBC News 24
11:30am Simpson's World
The BBC's world affairs editor, John Simpson, takes a personal look at global issues
12:00pm BBC News 24
12:30pm Face in the Crowd
First-hand stories of ordinary people whose lives have been changed irrevocably by major news events
1:00pm BBC News 24
2:00pm BBC News 24
2:30pm Sportsday
Mary Rhodes brings you the latest results, pictures and comments from sports events throughout the country
3:00pm BBC News 24
3:30pm Sportsday
Mary Rhodes brings you the latest results, pictures and comments from sports events throughout the country
4:00pm BBC News 24
4:30pm Sportsday
Mary Rhodes brings you the latest results, pictures and comments from sports events throughout the country
5:00pm BBC News 24 including Sportsday
6:00pm BBC News 24
6:30pm Scoreline
Comprehensive results and sports reports
7:00pm BBC News 24
7:30pm Scoreline
Comprehensive results and sports reports
8:00pm BBC News 24
8:30pm Simpson's World
The BBC's world affairs editor, John Simpson, takes a personal look at global issues
9:00pm BBC News 24
9:30pm Face in the Crowd
First-hand stories of ordinary people whose lives have been changed irrevocably by major news events
10:00pm BBC News 24
10:30pm Correspondent
Reports from around the world
11:00pm BBC News 24
12:00am BBC News 24
12:30am This Week
A weekly digest of the world's events
1:00am BBC News 24
2:00am BBC News 24
2:30am Simpson's World
The BBC's world affairs editor, John Simpson, takes a personal look at global issues
3:00am BBC News 24
3:30am Science Review
Sue Nelson reviews the week in science, technology and computing
4:00am BBC News 24
4:30am Reporters
A weekly showcase of stories filed by BBC reporters from all over the world
5:00am BBC News 24
5:30am Face in the Crowd
First-hand stories of ordinary people whose lives have been changed irrevocably by major news events

Sunday 12th July 1998:

6:00am BBC News 24
7:00am BBC News 24
8:00am BBC News 24
9:00am BBC News 24
The latest news and sport with Anya Sitaram
10:00am BBC News 24
10:30am Science Review
Sue Nelson reviews the week in science, technology and computing
11:00am BBC News 24
11:10am Dateline London
Charles Wheeler and four foreign correspondents based in London give an outsider's view of events in Britain
12:00pm BBC News 24
12:30pm Chronicles
Great moments of broadcasting from the BBC's news archive
1:00pm BBC News 24
2:00pm BBC News 24
2:30pm Seven Days
Matthew Amroliwala looks back at the events of the past week, including `Seven Days in Seven Minutes'
3:00pm BBC News 24
3:30pm HARDtalk
Tim Sebastian talks to newsmakers, personalities and ordinary people who find themselves in the news
4:00pm BBC News 24
4:15pm Newsround 24
A look at the week with Newsround team
5:00pm BBC News 24
Including Scoreline
6:00pm BBC News 24
Including Scoreline
7:00pm BBC News 24
7:30pm Correspondent
Reports from around the world
8:00pm BBC News 24
8:30pm The Diary
A preview of the week's main events in news and entertainment
9:00pm BBC News 24
9:30pm Reporters
A weekly showcase of stories filed by BBC reporters from all over the world
10:00pm BBC News 24
10:10pm Dateline London
Charles Wheeler and four foreign correspondents based in London give an outsider's view of events in Britain
11:00pm BBC News 24
11:30pm USA Direct
Live satellite reports from New York and Washington. And Brian Barron, Bridget Kendall, Bill Turnbull and Stephen Sackur look at American culture, lifestyle and sport
12:00am BBC News 24
12:30am The Diary
A preview of the week's main events in news and entertainment
1:00am BBC News 24
2:00am BBC News 24
2:30am USA Direct
Live satellite reports from New York and Washington. And Brian Barron, Bridget Kendall, Bill Turnbull and Stephen Sackur look at American culture, lifestyle and sport
3:00am BBC News 24
3:30am Chronicles
Great moments of broadcasting from the BBC's news archive
4:00am BBC News 24
4:30am Dateline London
Charles Wheeler and four foreign correspondents based in London give an outsider's view of events in Britain
5:00am BBC News 24
itsrobert5,944 posts since 23 Mar 2001
Granada North West Today
BBC World:

Saturday 11th July 1998


06:00 BBC World News; Weather
06:30 World Living:Earth Report Kids Number
Environmental series reporting on global topics. To mark the International Children's Day of Broadcasting, this programme features five reports from around the world about children and the environment
07:00 BBC World News; Weather
07:30 HARDtalk
Tim Sebastian talks to newsmakers, personalities and ordinary people who find themselves in the news
08:00 BBC World News; Weather
08:30 World Focus:Correspondent
Reports from around the world
09:00 BBC World News; Weather
09:05 Weekend World:Rough Guide to the World Rough Guide to Alaska
Magenta DeVine and Simon O'Brien visit America's 49th state and final frontier, Alaska. In Anchorage, Magenta meets oil well roughnecks with a passion for hunting, while Simon discovers the implications of the shortage of women in Alaska. In Fairbanks he finds out what to do when confronted by a grizzly bear, and Magenta visits the town where it's Christmas 352 days a year before joining Simon to party beneath the northern lights
10:00 BBC World News; Weather
10:30 World Living:The Travel Show
Holiday magazine introduced by Juliet Morris. Including `A Tale of Two Travellers' and `You Pay, We Say'
11:00 BBC World News; Weather
11:00 BBC World News; Weather
11:30 This Week
A weekly showcase for the best reports of the last seven days from the BBC's network of over 250 global correspondents
12:00 BBC World News; Weather
12:05 Weekend World:Horizon Icon Earth
Every age has its icons and, in the age of globalisation, the Earth has become an icon representing environmentalism, telling us there is `only one Earth'. But in the late twentieth century, there are at least two globes - the natural world and the electronic world of telecommunications, super-highways and global finance
13:00 BBC World News; Weather
13:30 World Living:How Buildings Learn Flow
Stewart Brand presents a six-part series exploring the processes which shape buildings and cities throughout the world. In this film, he looks at the problems that confronted the occupants of some hi-tech buildings, including the media lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the glass-built Bibliotheque Nationale, and the offices of the Western Morning News in Plymouth
14:00 BBC World News; Weather
14:05 Weekend World:The Last Governor Restraint in Difficult Circumstances
Jonathan Dimbleby presents a five-part documentary series charting Chris Patten's governorship of Hong Kong. While Beijing denounces him, Patten woos the public with his reforms. But the powerful tycoons and their allies in the Legislative Council turn against him
15:00 BBC World News; Weather
15:05 Weekend World:Rough Guide to the World Rough Guide to Alaska
Magenta DeVine and Simon O'Brien visit America's 49th state and final frontier, Alaska. In Anchorage, Magenta meets oil well roughnecks with a passion for hunting, while Simon discovers the implications of the shortage of women in Alaska. In Fairbanks he finds out what to do when confronted by a grizzly bear, and Magenta visits the town where it's Christmas 352 days a year before joining Simon to party beneath the northern lights
16:00 BBC World News; Weather
16:30 World Living:The Travel Show
Followed by World Cup UpdateHoliday magazine introduced by Juliet Morris. Including `A Tale of Two Travellers' and `You Pay, We Say'
17:00 BBC World News; Weather
17:30 This Week
Followed by World Cup UpdateA weekly showcase for the best reports of the last seven days from the BBC's network of over 250 global correspondents
18:00 BBC World News; Weather
18:30 World Focus:Correspondent
Reports from around the world
19:00 BBC World News; Weather
19:05 Weekend World:Horizon Icon Earth
Followed by World Cup UpdateEvery age has its icons and, in the age of globalisation, the Earth has become an icon representing environmentalism, telling us there is `only one Earth'. But in the late twentieth century, there are at least two globes - the natural world and the electronic world of telecommunications, super-highways and global finance
20:00 BBC World News; Weather
20:30 World Living:Jeremy Clarkson's Extreme Machines
Followed by World Cup UpdateA look at some of the fastest machines in the world. Jeremy Clarkson travels to the Italian Riviera to try out a legendary Riva speedboat. Plus an Apache helicopter gunship, and a home-made machine used for getting about on snow and ice a hundred miles north of the Arctic Circle
21:00 BBC World News
21:30 HARDtalk
Followed by World Cup UpdateTim Sebastian talks to newsmakers, personalities and ordinary people who find themselves in the news
22:00 BBC World News; Weather
Followed by Weather
22:30 Simpson's World
Followed by World Cup UpdateThe BBC's world affairs editor, John Simpson, takes a personal look at global issues
23:00 BBC World News; Weather
23:05 Weekend World:The Last Governor Restraint in Difficult Circumstances
Followed by World Cup UpdateJonathan Dimbleby presents a five-part documentary series charting Chris Patten's governorship of Hong Kong. While Beijing denounces him, Patten woos the public with his reforms. But the powerful tycoons and their allies in the Legislative Council turn against him
00:00 BBC News
Followed by Weather
00:30 World Living:How Buildings Learn Flow
Followed by World Cup UpdateStewart Brand presents a six-part series exploring the processes which shape buildings and cities throughout the world. In this film, he looks at the problems that confronted the occupants of some hi-tech buildings, including the media lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the glass-built Bibliotheque Nationale, and the offices of the Western Morning News in Plymouth
01:00 BBC News
Followed by Weather
01:30 World Focus:Correspondent
Followed by World Cup UpdateReports from around the world
02:00 BBC News
Followed by Weather
02:30 Simpson's World
Followed by World Cup UpdateThe BBC's world affairs editor, John Simpson, takes a personal look at global issues
03:00 BBC News
Followed by Weather
03:30 HARDtalk
Followed by World Cup UpdateTim Sebastian talks to newsmakers, personalities and ordinary people who find themselves in the news
04:00 BBC News
Followed by Weather
04:30 This Week
Followed by World Cup UpdateA weekly showcase for the best reports of the last seven days from the BBC's network of over 250 global correspondents
itsrobert5,944 posts since 23 Mar 2001
Granada North West Today
BBC World:

Sunday 12th July 1998


06:00 BBC World News; Weather
06:30 World Living:How Buildings Learn Flow
Followed by World Cup UpdateStewart Brand presents a six-part series exploring the processes which shape buildings and cities throughout the world. In this film, he looks at the problems that confronted the occupants of some hi-tech buildings, including the media lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the glass-built Bibliotheque Nationale, and the offices of the Western Morning News in Plymouth
07:00 BBC World News; Weather
07:30 HARDtalk
Followed by World Cup UpdateTim Sebastian talks to newsmakers, personalities and ordinary people who find themselves in the news
08:00 BBC World News; Weather
08:30 World Focus:This Week
Followed by World Cup UpdateA weekly showcase for the best reports of the last seven days from the BBC's network of over 250 global correspondents
09:00 BBC World Headlines
Followed by Weather
09:05 Weekend World:The Last Governor Restraint in Difficult Circumstances
Followed by World Cup UpdateJonathan Dimbleby presents a five-part documentary series charting Chris Patten's governorship of Hong Kong. While Beijing denounces him, Patten woos the public with his reforms. But the powerful tycoons and their allies in the Legislative Council turn against him
10:00 BBC World News; Weather
10:30 World Living:Future Fantastic Brainstorm
Followed by World Cup UpdateScience fact and science fiction are merged in a tantalising glimpse into the future, presented by Gillian Anderson, star of `The X Files'. This programme meets the pioneers who are using technology to create artificial experiences such as virtual reality
11:00 BBC World News; Weather
11:30 HARDtalk
Tim Sebastian talks to newsmakers, personalities and ordinary people who find themselves in the news
12:00 BBC World News; Weather
12:05 Weekend World:Rough Guide to the World Rough Guide to Alaska
Magenta DeVine and Simon O'Brien visit America's 49th state and final frontier, Alaska. In Anchorage, Magenta meets oil well roughnecks with a passion for hunting, while Simon discovers the implications of the shortage of women in Alaska. In Fairbanks he finds out what to do when confronted by a grizzly bear, and Magenta visits the town where it's Christmas 352 days a year before joining Simon to party beneath the northern lights
13:00 BBC World News; Weather
13:30 World Living:Jeremy Clarkson's Extreme Machines
A look at some of the fastest machines in the world. Jeremy Clarkson travels to the Italian Riviera to try out a legendary Riva speedboat. Plus an Apache helicopter gunship, and a home-made machine used for getting about on snow and ice a hundred miles north of the Arctic Circle
14:00 BBC World News; Weather
14:10 Dateline London
Charles Wheeler and four foreign correspondents based in London give an outsider's view of events in Britain
15:00 BBC World News; Weather
15:05 Weekend World:Horizon Icon Earth
Every age has its icons and, in the age of globalisation, the Earth has become an icon representing environmentalism, telling us there is `only one Earth'. But in the late twentieth century, there are at least two globes - the natural world and the electronic world of telecommunications, super-highways and global finance
16:00 BBC World News; Weather
16:30 World Living:Future Fantastic Brainstorm
Followed by World Cup UpdateScience fact and science fiction are merged in a tantalising glimpse into the future, presented by Gillian Anderson, star of `The X Files'. This programme meets the pioneers who are using technology to create artificial experiences such as virtual reality
17:00 BBC World News; Weather
17:05 Weekend World:The Last Governor Restraint in Difficult Circumstances
Followed by World Cup UpdateJonathan Dimbleby presents a five-part documentary series charting Chris Patten's governorship of Hong Kong. While Beijing denounces him, Patten woos the public with his reforms. But the powerful tycoons and their allies in the Legislative Council turn against him
18:00 BBC World News; Weather
18:30 Simpson's World
Followed by World Cup UpdateThe BBC's world affairs editor, John Simpson, takes a personal look at global issues
19:00 BBC World News; Weather
19:05 Weekend World:Rough Guide to the World Rough Guide to Alaska
Followed by World Cup UpdateMagenta DeVine and Simon O'Brien visit America's 49th state and final frontier, Alaska. In Anchorage, Magenta meets oil well roughnecks with a passion for hunting, while Simon discovers the implications of the shortage of women in Alaska. In Fairbanks he finds out what to do when confronted by a grizzly bear, and Magenta visits the town where it's Christmas 352 days a year before joining Simon to party beneath the northern lights
20:00 BBC World News
20:30 World Living:Earth Report Kids Number
Followed by World Cup UpdateEnvironmental series reporting on global topics. To mark the International Children's Day of Broadcasting, this programme features five reports from around the world about children and the environment
21:00 BBC World News; Weather
21:30 HARDtalk
Followed by World Cup UpdateTim Sebastian talks to newsmakers, personalities and ordinary people who find themselves in the news
22:00 BBC World News; Weather
22:30 World Focus:Reporters
Followed by World Cup UpdateA weekly programme providing another chance to see stories filed by BBC reporters from all over the world, ranging from analyses of major global issues to personal reflections and anecdotes
23:00 BBC World News
23:05 USA Direct
Daily news programme from the BBC's correspondents across the United States
23:30 This Week
Followed by World Cup UpdateA weekly showcase for the best reports of the last seven days from the BBC's network of over 250 global correspondents
00:00 BBC News
Followed by Weather
00:30 World Living:Jeremy Clarkson's Extreme Machines
Followed by World Cup UpdateA look at some of the fastest machines in the world. Jeremy Clarkson travels to the Italian Riviera to try out a legendary Riva speedboat. Plus an Apache helicopter gunship, and a home-made machine used for getting about on snow and ice a hundred miles north of the Arctic Circle
01:00 BBC News
Followed by Weather
01:30 Asia Today
The latest news, analysis and features from Asian correspondents
01:40 USA Direct
Followed by World Cup UpdateLive satellite reports from New York and Washington. And Brian Barron, Bridget Kendall, Bill Turnbull and Stephen Sackur look at American culture, lifestyle and sport
02:00 BBC News
Followed by Weather
02:30 USA Direct
Followed by World Cup UpdateLive satellite reports from New York and Washington. And Brian Barron, Bridget Kendall, Bill Turnbull and Stephen Sackur look at American culture, lifestyle and sport
03:00 BBC News
Followed by Weather
03:30 Asia Today
The latest news, analysis and features from Asian correspondents
03:40 USA Direct
Followed by World Cup UpdateLive satellite reports from New York and Washington. And Brian Barron, Bridget Kendall, Bill Turnbull and Stephen Sackur look at American culture, lifestyle and sport
04:00 BBC News
Followed by Weather
04:30 World Focus:Correspondent
Followed by World Cup UpdateReports from around the world
Davidjb1,501 posts since 23 Mar 2001
Anglia (West) Look East (West sub-opt)
Science Review. Now that's a program I had long forgotten about. Zero 30 was also a good program to watch with Chris Price although that moved on to become Liquid News on BBC Choice/Three but didn't last long after he sadly died. It's quite interesting seeing the old schedules once more, makes you realize just how much things have changed since 1997.
gottago2,459 posts since 26 Aug 2004
London London
Science Review. Now that's a program I had long forgotten about. Zero 30 was also a good program to watch with Chris Price although that moved on to become Liquid News on BBC Choice/Three but didn't last long after he sadly died.
Well, it lasted a good two years after he died.

Hard to believe News 24 once featured 45 minutes of Newsround!