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Wicko1,529 posts since 3 Dec 2003
Meridian (South) South Today
I always feel amused as to why the BBC regard their Christmas idents launches on a par with National Security! If all we had was just a "keep an eye out at X time on X day" then people wouldn't be so overly curious!
If we only get one life, why does it take several attempts to get it right?
Brekkie29,845 posts since 4 Jan 2003
HTV Wales Wales Today
I always feel amused as to why the BBC regard their Christmas idents launches on a par with National Security! If all we had was just a "keep an eye out at X time on X day" then people wouldn't be so overly curious!

No, YOU think the Christmas idents is a matter of national importance and them not telling you everything in minute detail about them is a huge conspiracy. Those that needed to know would have known.
Shouldn't that have been posted in the "John Logie Baird has Invented Television" thread?
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picard421 posts since 2 Jun 2016
Why would you visit a thread about the ident if you wanted a surprise?

Read the title of the thread - BBC One Christmas Ident 2016 Speculation . The description handily reiterates that last but very important word.

Record everyone? Far easier to just ask what time it's on.

Not everyone wants to know what time of the first TX. Some people want to be surprised.


That's fine, but others want to know the actual time. I don't think it's unreadable to ask what time they would be on, especially when the BBC is giving clues and staff are announcing dates on twitter.
Inspector Sands12,665 posts since 25 Aug 2004
I always feel amused as to why the BBC regard their Christmas idents launches on a par with National Security! If all we had was just a "keep an eye out at X time on X day" then people wouldn't be so overly curious!

They don't, they just get over hyped on places like this.

They don't let people know when the new promos for The Apprentice start airing either but you don't get threads called 'The Apprentice promos 2016 speculation'
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picard421 posts since 2 Jun 2016
That's fine, but others want to know the actual time. I don't think it's unreadable to ask what time they would be on, especially when the BBC is giving clues and staff are announcing dates on twitter.

What's the biggest show on tonight, picard?


No idea.

Mod Edit: No.

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