State-of-the-art technology wasted on Deal or no Deal mugs
PG Tips want to appear on them for 3 monthsI wouldn't have thought so, unless ITV were paid to have them, not the FA.
Team GB They won't leave it alone until Yorkshire devolves from the UK, as it's well known that the BBC's only official opinion ever expressed that the country's best county - Yorkshire - deserves to be a sovereign state.
Olympic Fails I have to begrudginginly admire Dan Roan for his perfect timing on tonight's Six. Facing the camera he speaks about the dangers of the BMX course, whilst half a dozen or so riders crash on a corner behind him bang on cue.
Run 4seven for the dayHere's the clever ad which is how I found out about it:
Yes, Prime Minister return
Discussion about the return of a classic!No. I could be nominate myself for Private Eye's 'pseud's corner' and demonstrate how the scripts conform to Aristotle's 7 golden rules of storytelling, but suffice to say that ALL of the elements are there and always have been.
What next for BBC Sport?
The legacy for televisionWell, there is a kind of sense to it, if you look at the Conference for example they have thirty live games a season but they're all on Premier Sports which nobody has, and hardly anyone is bothered with live games because they don't know any of the teams or players.
57 bids for new local tv licences Complete vandalism - a perfect description of the loss of the old ITV regions. I miss them. Now that we are where we are though, I think we've got to go forwards.
Red Or Black
RED OR BLACK STARTS ON SATURDAY ANYONE LOOKING FORWARD TO ITIt was leaked when it was recorded (probably by Syco themselves) and leaked again yesterday, complete with interview with the winner.
Shows abandoned before broadcast
Things that were filmed, but never made it to air.A little bit more about the infamous You're In The Picture. In fact the show itself lasted only one episode, as show two was a rather lamentable review by Gleason of the previous week's edition.
New look Sky Living
Split from Sky's BrandingI quite like the Atlantic name, with the British and American programming. It sort of unifies the two parts of the channels identity and expands on its original concept of being HBO UK - and from that link that was posted above, its clear the plan...