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Andrew11,762 posts since 27 Mar 2001
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
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hmm was I watching Look North (Leeds) or Midlands Today this evening? Pebble Mill would have been proud of the "Mastermind" bit... and prouder still of the cockup with the lights not coming back up after it!


Indeed definally one for Outtake TV that one, nobody realised that lights in TV studios probably take a bit of time to come back on!.

Paul then had to do his forecast out of vision which Paul fans wouldn't have liked.

On Thursday morning Clare pointed out how useful the live weather is, then on Friday she was stuck with a recorded Jay Wynne which was next to useless!
Last edited by Andrew on 7 November 2009 5:37pm - 9 times in total
South Today2,361 posts since 10 Feb 2003
Andrew posted:
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hmm was I watching Look North (Leeds) or Midlands Today this evening? Pebble Mill would have been proud of the "Mastermind" bit... and prouder still of the cockup with the lights not coming back up after it!


Indeed definally one for Outtake TV that one, nobody realised that lights in TV studios probably take a bit of time to come back on!.

Paul then had to do his forecast out of vision which Paul fans wouldn't have liked.

On Thursday morning Clare pointed out how useful the live weather is, then on Friday she was stuck with a recorded Jay Wynne which was next to useless!


What day was this please??

Also are we allowed to continue with other Ys&Ls discussion here??
Andrew11,762 posts since 27 Mar 2001
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
Ian White's working hard lately, doing a 7 day week, he must really love his job!

And every Sunday he try's to show off at the end by doing the closing music in the self-opt studio and every week it goes wrong!. Tonight the opening theme played in the middle of the weather.

Maybe this is why Peter Levy used to just opt back in in a no nonsense way
Katherine4,494 posts since 4 Aug 2001
Square Eyes posted:
Well, can this become the Yorkshire and Lincolnshire thread, or am I to start a separate Calendar thread ?

I don't mind, but consider what Asa said in the footnote:

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General/generic threads are discouraged - slight developments can be grouped in one thread however this forum was created to make it easier to access all related news comments
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Square Eyes7,150 posts since 31 Mar 2001
Katherine posted:
Square Eyes posted:
Well, can this become the Yorkshire and Lincolnshire thread, or am I to start a separate Calendar thread ?

I don't mind, but consider what Asa said in the footnote:

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General/generic threads are discouraged - slight developments can be grouped in one thread however this forum was created to make it easier to access all related news comments


Oh for crying out loud, another forum "do-gooder". How many times do I need to point this out to people ???? Read Asa's comment at the very top of this forum.

What he has to say there contradicts the statement in the footer.