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kernow1,477 posts since 18 Jan 2006
The BBC Three new year's eve schedule this year is made up of 10 hours of repeats of "Most Annoying People 2008", and nothing else, as follows:

19:00 to 21:30 - Most Annoying People 2008
21:30 to 00:00 - Most Annoying People 2008
00:00 to 02:30 - Most Annoying People 2008
02:30 to 05:00 - Most Annoying People 2008

When I first saw this schedule, I assumed it was wrong, and that it would be corrected closer to the time, but it is still there.
It seems as though bbc three just isn't bothering with it new year's eve schedule this year.

They're actually showing this programme around 20 times over christmas and the new year, in both a 2 x 2.5 hour format, as well as a 5 x 1 hour format (I can't understand why they always do this with this type of programme)
A former member
New years eve.

shall i be watching telly or getting drunk with friends? I think I know what I'll be doing
kernow1,477 posts since 18 Jan 2006
623058 posted:
New years eve.

shall i be watching telly or getting drunk with friends? I think I know what I'll be doing


I was actually thinking that the main reason for this schedule was that most of their target audience won't be watching tv on new year's eve, but it's a bit of a pathetic schedule really. They may as well just close down for the evening!
A former member
I don;t even know why BBC 3 is still around! you could get away with having most of the stuff on BBC2,
Charlie Wells3,869 posts since 26 Nov 2003 Moderator
kernow posted:
The BBC Three new year's eve schedule this year is made up of 10 hours of repeats of "Most Annoying People 2008", and nothing else, as follows:

19:00 to 21:30 - Most Annoying People 2008
21:30 to 00:00 - Most Annoying People 2008
00:00 to 02:30 - Most Annoying People 2008
02:30 to 05:00 - Most Annoying People 2008

When I first saw this schedule, I assumed it was wrong, and that it would be corrected closer to the time, but it is still there.
It seems as though bbc three just isn't bothering with it new year's eve schedule this year.

They're actually showing this programme around 20 times over christmas and the new year, in both a 2 x 2.5 hour format, as well as a 5 x 1 hour format (I can't understand why they always do this with this type of programme)

So it can officially (claim to) be the 'most annoying' channel that evening.

...I'll get my coat. Laughing