I want to see the BBC go full traditional, something Victorian.
Indeed. I miss the BBC One idents of 1899 (reused, famously, in 1900 and 1901 due to cost-cutting as a result of the frozen carrier pigeon licence due to the Boer War). If BBC Two can use old idents, why not BBC One also?
DQF cuts, preventing a full refresh, and out of sheer desperation because by the period when Window in the World was retired, the presentation was hacked off to bits, so they used the 50th anniversary to level the playing field with the excellent 90s idents.
BBC One - it's doubtful that old idents will be used, but either new circle idents can be used, or a complete overhaul with the beginning of the next charter period. The current set definitely needs a few new idents to stay fresh, but the BBC isn't bothered about this in the slightest.
'Even by our standards, that was remarkably unproductive.' - Andrew Neil