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BBC News (UK) presentation - Reith launch onwards

From Monday 15th July 2019

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Universal_r Central Reporting Scotland
They also didn’t run titles after the headlines they just played the breaking graphic and went straight to the btp statement.
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Universal_r Central Reporting Scotland
Were those graphics just used to describe exams new? I’ve never seen them before

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Rolling News Central (East) East Midlands Today
We’re those graphics just used to describe exams new? I’ve never seen them before

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Think it's the first time I've seen it but it definitely doesn't look needed. Surely Sophie is articulating the story well enough without her lines having to appear in the middle of the screen?
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Universal_r Central Reporting Scotland
We’re those graphics just used to describe exams new? I’ve never seen them before

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Think it's the first time I've seen it but it definitely doesn't look needed. Surely Sophie is articulating the story well enough without her lines having to appear in the middle of the screen?

I agree, the second one that came up didn’t even match what sophie was saying!
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Rolling News Central (East) East Midlands Today
We’re those graphics just used to describe exams new? I’ve never seen them before

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Think it's the first time I've seen it but it definitely doesn't look needed. Surely Sophie is articulating the story well enough without her lines having to appear in the middle of the screen?

I agree, the second one that came up didn’t even match what sophie was saying!

And that sentence in your caption makes no sense to me whatsoever. Bit amateur looking for the BBC's flagship bulletin, hopefully it won't be used again.
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Universal_r Central Reporting Scotland
Think it's the first time I've seen it but it definitely doesn't look needed. Surely Sophie is articulating the story well enough without her lines having to appear in the middle of the screen?

I agree, the second one that came up didn’t even match what sophie was saying!

And that sentence in your caption makes no sense to me whatsoever. Bit amateur looking for the BBC's flagship bulletin, hopefully it won't be used again.

You’re right I never even noticed that, it makes no sense at all. It looks like they tried to do what itv done but IMO there’s actually worked quite well.
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cmthwtv West Country (East) Points West
The One is doing the halfway at 24 minutes past 1...
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Andrew Founding member Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
The One is doing the halfway at 24 minutes past 1...

They did spend a full 20 mins on the exam results

The “Scottish Rail Crash” as it was called, just one day after it happened relegated to 2 mins at 22 past the hour
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Rolling News Central (East) East Midlands Today
The One is doing the halfway at 24 minutes past 1...

Pointless. Recapping the top story they've just spent more than 15 minutes going on about, with the coming up story literally being the next story in the running order. Plus a preview of what's coming up in the regions in about 5 minutes....
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cmthwtv West Country (East) Points West
Took the mick at either how much they spent covering England exams or how little they took covering Scottish exam results the other day.
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Soupnzi London London
I assume the main VT by Cliff Richard fan Dan Johnson didn’t arrive in time as they started on lives from NI and Wales and then came back to exams after an economics piece.
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PurpleEquinox Meridian (South) South Today
Does anybody know why the Oxford region counts as South Today? It looks closer to Points West or Midlands Today! When you see the weather map on South Today you can’t help but wonder why Oxford is on there as it is so high up.
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