The Newsroom

BBC News (UK) presentation - Reith launch onwards

From Monday 15th July 2019

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FrancesC
The Film Review is back in its normal time slot tonight of 17:45...

And World News Today is showing as back this weekend (just for whoever the WNT super-fan is)

Isn’t the 2100 slot always branded as World News Today on the online schedule during the pandemic?


Oh, it probably was. I don’t watch it, but I thought I hadn’t seen it before (and went to look back at last weekend and it was there) so I don’t know.

Even there is a catch-up on iPlayer…
BTW will the Film Review be delayed once again due to the incident in Glasgow?
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MatthewF (previously Matt14451) Central (West) Midlands Today
Isn’t the 2100 slot always branded as World News Today on the online schedule during the pandemic?


Oh, it probably was. I don’t watch it, but I thought I hadn’t seen it before (and went to look back at last weekend and it was there) so I don’t know.

BTW will the Film Review be delayed once again due to the incident in Glasgow?

Hard to say because the situation is developing
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cmthwtv West Country (East) Points West
Clive Myrie presenting live from the front of NBH... or not....

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TVNewsviewer Central (West) Midlands Today
Annita McVeigh presenting pre-recorded "Coronavirus: What Next?" programme from some studio on the balcony this weekend (is that Studio C or some other studio?). As it's not Studio E, I am wondering if this gives us any clue as to what time of the day the programme is recorded - perhaps Studio E wasn't available between those times earlier today. 7pm-7.30pm when Newsnight were using it? Surely not, as surely Annita McVeigh, being the morning presenter early, wouldn't be in the building at 7pm?
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cmthwtv West Country (East) Points West
Annita McVeigh presenting pre-recorded "Coronavirus: What Next?" programme from some studio on the balcony this weekend (is that Studio C or some other studio?). As it's not Studio E, I am wondering if this gives us any clue as to what time of the day the programme is recorded - perhaps Studio E wasn't available between those times earlier today. 7pm-7.30pm when Newsnight were using it? Surely not, as surely Annita McVeigh, being the morning presenter early, wouldn't be in the building at 7pm?


Christ, looks like something out of a secondary school project.

Looks like A. Or some other green screen studio, unless she has got green highlights in her hair..

I presume it’s recorded during Breakfast, as after that the next time E is free is 7pm.
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AlexS Central (East) Midlands Today
Annita McVeigh presenting pre-recorded "Coronavirus: What Next?" programme from some studio on the balcony this weekend (is that Studio C or some other studio?). As it's not Studio E, I am wondering if this gives us any clue as to what time of the day the programme is recorded - perhaps Studio E wasn't available between those times earlier today. 7pm-7.30pm when Newsnight were using it? Surely not, as surely Annita McVeigh, being the morning presenter early, wouldn't be in the building at 7pm?

It's definitely not C. Looks like a poor quality CSO job to me so it's probably a weather studio or the DTL point used on breakfast.
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m_in_m Anglia (East) Look East
AlexS posted:
Annita McVeigh presenting pre-recorded "Coronavirus: What Next?" programme from some studio on the balcony this weekend (is that Studio C or some other studio?). As it's not Studio E, I am wondering if this gives us any clue as to what time of the day the programme is recorded - perhaps Studio E wasn't available between those times earlier today. 7pm-7.30pm when Newsnight were using it? Surely not, as surely Annita McVeigh, being the morning presenter early, wouldn't be in the building at 7pm?

It's definitely not C. Looks like a poor quality CSO job to me so it's probably a weather studio or the DTL point used on breakfast.

I'd imagine studio F which I think in a single camera CSO studio. May not be perfect but given the proportion of the programme that is from a studio it does the job well enough.
Last edited by m_in_m on 26 June 2020 10:01pm - 2 times in total
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cmthwtv West Country (East) Points West
Has the BBC banned Reeta from sitting down? She’s done 80% of the Ten from the catwalk.

Blatant BBC anti-chair bias.
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FrancesC
Have wanted to talk about this for a long time - has the shortened Ten intro ‘yellowed’?
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Josh
Is it normal for BBC Parliament to show "m000kn5d" at 6:05pm today? Doesn't look normal.
Fan of the media industry, from the UK.
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valley
Josh posted:
Is it normal for BBC Parliament to show "m000kn5d" at 6:05pm today? Doesn't look normal.

Isn't that an iPlayer code?
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Steve in Pudsey Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
That's the code on the end of the programme's web page URL

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000kn5d

Probably a bit of wayward copy and pasting
Write that down in your copybook now.

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