But even the average TV viewer will look at a title sequence that hasn't changed that significantly in 11 years, and go, 'it's getting a bit stale, don't you think?'
No they won’t.
Are you sure about that? We are the more obsessive viewers, so we'll get bored of things a lot quicker, but even so-called 'regular' people have started to notice that BBC News is looking a bit stale, and have been noticing for a couple of years. Mostly though, it's put down to the government's Austerity drive which has forced the BBC to pay directly for World Service and S4C.
But now they've done new regional title sequences, but not changed the national ones significantly, despite them being way more stale than the regional ones? What part of that actually makes sense to you, or anyone?
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