I realise I’m late to the party, but I’m curious about that “BBC Yorkshire” branding on the globe. I believe that the “Yorkshire” region does not include the area served by Belmont, which is “BBC (East) Yorkshire and Lincolnshire”. So was it only the “Emley” region that had opted out, or did “Belmont” get their own local pres that night? If “BBC Yorkshire” branding was/is used on Belmont too (for pan-regional junctions) then it’s perhaps not the best name to use when the two regions are being treated as one!
I actually thought “BBC Yorkshire and Lincolnshire” was the official name for the entire Emley/Belmont region, and even that excludes viewers in the parts of Notts, Derbys and Norfolk who I assume are covered by this region. I can see why ITV refer to the “Calendar region” on their website and continuity announcements!
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