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A: New idents
B: new strands
C: it would seem this all started on Monday going by the tweets. ( I know about it yesterday but was busy)

It would seems since monday BBC Alba now has a proper Cbbc service with Invision and Stings even sing in a Galice voice, ( it would seem there is also Ceebies verizon)

Promo endbroad:
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Ident:
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CBBC spot the Alba...
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CBeebies:
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No it would seem not.
Inspector Sands13,598 posts since 25 Aug 2004

Also, it's CBeebies. Not Ceebies.

It's Gaelic, not Galice too..... But if everyone corrected his spellings we'd be here all day!



The CBeebies and CBBC things are interesting, are they in Scotland or are they sending Gaelic speaking presenters down to Salford to record batches of links?
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It does seem the sets are in Glasgow. I'm not impressed with the Idents,
PFMC841,509 posts since 28 Feb 2013
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That Alba logo and on screen text has been updated for Reith. Slowly but surely the changes are coming.

Would it not be more cost effective to get the presenters down to film links on CBeebies downtime instead of building identical sets in Scotland for a relatively minor audience?

Also, when is that Alba DOG going to be moved out of the 4:3 safe zone? They have widescreen TV's in Scotland I'm sure!
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I wonder if this the kids Studios are in Dumbarton?

The reason for. 4:3 is because the amount of archive programmes.. Like speaking our languages etc
Josh916 posts since 21 Dec 2014
That Alba logo and on screen text has been updated for Reith. Slowly but surely the changes are coming.

Would it not be more cost effective to get the presenters down to film links on CBeebies downtime instead of building identical sets in Scotland for a relatively minor audience?

Also, when is that Alba DOG going to be moved out of the 4:3 safe zone? They have widescreen TV's in Scotland I'm sure!

It would be aesthetically better if they used Salford's studios. The graphics and studios look budget as it is.

They'd probably have to prerecord links though.
My tweet was read out on BBC Four's Eurovision coverage and Rylan Clark-Neal replied to it. That's all.
gottago2,810 posts since 26 Aug 2004
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Would it not be more cost effective to get the presenters down to film links on CBeebies downtime instead of building identical sets in Scotland for a relatively minor audience?

Why would a small one-off cost be cheaper than a regular cost?

Building and maintaining a set isn’t going to be a small one off cost.
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