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Rich Tea752 posts since 16 Apr 2017
Anglia (West) Look East
Newscaster of the Year Awards, 1971. Peter Sissons and Sandy Gall, joint winners towards the end of this clip.

https://youtu.be/fdzc3tOhQpE


Barry Cryer has clearly aged at a much lower rate than anyone else !



Barry Cryer was a somewhat ancient looking 36 there and is now a quite decent looking 84 is how I perceive it.
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deejay3,008 posts since 5 Jan 2003
Central (South) Oxford
Although I think it's a joke, there was this recent tweet on the subject...



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That is just magical.
JamesWorldNews9,109 posts since 22 Aug 2004
STV Central BBC World News
Yes. This is magical, indeed. Thanks for sharing that.

As an aside: I don’t recall that Channel 4 News set and branded desk. And the wide shot looks like an early flatscreen tv. But on closer examination, is just a projection onto a flat surface?

Nice of McCartney to recognize Peter in the way he did.
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thegeek5,508 posts since 1 Jan 2002
London London

As an aside: I don’t recall that Channel 4 News set and branded desk. And the wide shot looks like an early flatscreen tv. But on closer examination, is just a projection onto a flat surface?

Is it a DVE? I suspect there is a smaller TV in Peter's eyeline, but it's being masked by a bigger 'screen' being overlaid in the vision mixer, in the same way that the programme logo is in the final shot.
Markymark8,198 posts since 13 Dec 2004
Meridian (North) South Today

As an aside: I don’t recall that Channel 4 News set and branded desk. And the wide shot looks like an early flatscreen tv. But on closer examination, is just a projection onto a flat surface?

Is it a DVE? I suspect there is a smaller TV in Peter's eyeline, but it's being masked by a bigger 'screen' being overlaid in the vision mixer, in the same way that the programme logo is in the final shot.


That's my thought too. Interesting that back then they'd often set up DTL interviews with the interviewee looking out of the screen at the presenter as if it was a window, though Paul McCartney's eyes do keep darting towards the camera