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Westy24,345 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Wasn't there a reason not so long back, that Eastenders couldn't be shown on BBC One & BBC Three said they couldn't show it due to 'reasons beyond their control' ?

(It was on the other thread ISTR)

If that's the case, I'd be surprised if BBC Three transmit tonight.
Neil Jones5,441 posts since 23 Dec 2001
Central (West) Midlands Today
As speculated, BBC Three EastEnders now dropped and replaced with a Russell Brand repeat. Wednesday 7:30pm EPG Freeview entry still not updated, though it'll get changed at some point.

The ironic thing is, EastEnders is now listed as the most popular request on the BBC One channel on iPlayer. They're obviously optimistic as all you get when it plays is an ident!
David
No mention of Holby City by the CA at 9pm? Maybe no one cares.

Different error message on iplayer for Holby City though...
http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00sf0gp/

Quote:
Holby City: Series 12: Take No Prisoners is no longer available. Programmes are available for a limited number of days after broadcast.
steddenm1,343 posts since 11 Oct 2004
Central (West) Midlands Today
No mention of Holby City by the CA at 9pm? Maybe no one cares.

Different error message on iplayer for Holby City though...
http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00sf0gp/

Quote:
Holby City: Series 12: Take No Prisoners is no longer available. Programmes are available for a limited number of days after broadcast.


The Holby City episode mentioned above (the URL) now links through to the Holby City Website. Holby will be broadcast on THURSDAY at 8pm on BBC One as it does in Scotland.
"Stop touching Dot's pussy - you don't know where it's been!" (Honey Mitchell, EastEnders)
David
The Holby City episode mentioned above (the URL) now links through to the Holby City Website. Holby will be broadcast on THURSDAY at 8pm on BBC One as it does in Scotland.


When would Gordon Brown be able to watch River City?
Neil Jones5,441 posts since 23 Dec 2001
Central (West) Midlands Today
Would I be right in presuming all the continuity links on BBC Three are pre-recorded, and the entire channel runs off a play-out server?

An entirely different announcer from the usual very-happy chirpy female one bridged the 10pm junction between the 60 second news-bite and the Russell Howard schedule change on BBC Three.
Gallunach164 posts since 17 Apr 2005


The Holby City episode mentioned above (the URL) now links through to the Holby City Website. Holby will be broadcast on THURSDAY at 8pm on BBC One as it does in Scotland.


Huh .

Holby was broadcast Monday night in Scotland and has been for the last number of weeks as well .
steddenm1,343 posts since 11 Oct 2004
Central (West) Midlands Today
Holby is usually broadcast on a Thursday in Scotland, don't know why it was moved to a Monday night.

River City will broadcast in Scotland on Thursday at 8pm according to BBC Information.
"Stop touching Dot's pussy - you don't know where it's been!" (Honey Mitchell, EastEnders)
Inspector Sands13,766 posts since 25 Aug 2004
Would I be right in presuming all the continuity links on BBC Three are pre-recorded, and the entire channel runs off a play-out server?

An entirely different announcer from the usual very-happy chirpy female one bridged the 10pm junction between the 60 second news-bite and the Russell Howard schedule change on BBC Three.

They are pre-recorded in advance so then if there's any changes they'll have to get someone to pop in and record an announcement.
David
The beeb seem to be bumping all of Anne Robinson's show this week.


Do you mean The Weakest Link? It appears to be on tomorrow, unless you know otherwise?