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BcastCam4 posts since 30 Sep 2019 new member
Supposedly, Niall Paterson's "The Early Rundown" is to come from Studio 21, so is the weekend "@Breakfast". Weekend daytimes are also apparently coming from Studio 21. Kay is to get a new set (or at the very least a new desk) at Millbank in the new year.

That means that Studio 6 will only be used for World News from 00:00-06:00 or when there is maintenance in Studio 21, and the VR area only used for pre-recorded segments.
rob7,616 posts since 7 Apr 2001
Meridian (South) South Today
Supposedly, Niall Paterson's "The Early Rundown" is to come from Studio 21, so is the weekend "@Breakfast". Weekend daytimes are also apparently coming from Studio 21. Kay is to get a new set (or at the very least a new desk) at Millbank in the new year.

That means that Studio 6 will only be used for World News from 00:00-06:00 or when there is maintenance in Studio 21, and the VR area only used for pre-recorded segments.


GALLERY 21 is where all the main studio output comes from - whether Studio 6, the glass box, or Millbank.

This should not be confused with STUDIO 21, which has nothing to do with Sky News.

Niall's show will come from Studio 6, as will Stephen and Gillian's show (they'll take turns hosting the early slot on Fridays) and weekend output pre-8pm.
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BcastCam4 posts since 30 Sep 2019 new member
GALLERY 21 is where all the main studio output comes from - whether Studio 6, the glass box, or Millbank.

This should not be confused with STUDIO 21, which has nothing to do with Sky News.

Niall's show will come from Studio 6, as will Stephen and Gillian's show (they'll take turns hosting the early slot on Fridays) and weekend output pre-8pm.


I am well aware that Gallery 21 is the main output gallery... and the Glass Box is referred to as Studio 21 on the router and the IDS.

And in regards to where certain shows are coming from, I'm just going on what we have been told by some of the producers and directors... although that may be the long-term plan rather than what is happening on the 14/10.
ginnyfan2,702 posts since 5 Feb 2006
BBC World News
It's an end of an era, in a way. Kay has been doing the afternoon shift for such a long time, certainly since the 2005 revamp though a bit earlier back then with Lunchtime Live. Not sure which slot she had before 2005?
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