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Brekkie32,387 posts since 4 Jan 2003
HTV Wales Wales Today
The BBC News Channel (BBC News 24 as was) first broadcast 22 years ago today.

Doesn’t time fly?

What was your favourite News 24/Channel moment?

Hopefully they make a bigger deal of the 24th anniversary than the 25th.
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RDJ2,776 posts since 25 Oct 2003
Central (South) Midlands Today
Emily Matlis has anounced Americast to launch in January counting down t


It's reuniting Emily with Jon Sopel. It's like News Channel afternoons gone back ten years.

They're really jumping on the podcast bandwagon now aren't they.

If only they'd introduce a video podcast with Emily - just being witty and funny presenting it on her own interspersed with fast paced clips from that weeks news - and maybe call it.... oh I dunno... STORYFix?
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Critique3,190 posts since 9 Aug 2009
Anglia (East) Look East
Emily Matlis has anounced Americast to launch in January counting down t


It's reuniting Emily with Jon Sopel. It's like News Channel afternoons gone back ten years.

They're really jumping on the podcast bandwagon now aren't they.

If only they'd introduce a video podcast with Emily - just being witty and funny presenting it on her own interspersed with fast paced clips from that weeks news - and maybe call it.... oh I dunno... STORYFix?


Presumably January wasn't always the plan for this - there was some vague announcement of this back in the Summer, and indeed a short two minute preview episode went out in June/July!
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Worzel4,778 posts since 8 Jan 2008
Anglia (West) Look East (West sub-opt)
The BBC News Channel (BBC News 24 as was) first broadcast 22 years ago today.

Doesn’t time fly?

What was your favourite News 24/Channel moment?

Hopefully they make a bigger deal of the 24th anniversary than the 25th.


One of my favourites was the infamous 'laying reefs at the Cenotaph' ticker blooper one year.

And re. the Guy Goma incident, a similar thing happened again a few years later with Richard (Dickie) Dodd with the Goma incident actually referenced on screen.

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