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Jon8,075 posts since 11 Apr 2005
Central (West) Midlands Today
The Demon Headmaster reboot was tooted earlier in the year. I didn't think Terrence Hardiman would appear in the reboot, he is 82 now but I mean Angela Lansbury and Dick Dan Dyke are both 93 and still going strong so...

Interesting to note though, the first series of the Headmaster is on iPlayer but that's a promo picture from the third series - That's Hyperbrain in the back, which looks like Hal Very Happy

(I'll get me coat)

It reminds me of the 90s virtual set BBC News globe.
kernow1,392 posts since 18 Jan 2006
Spotted this reported on the Express & Star which doesn't seem to have been picked up by any mainstream news provider apart from the Metro and a BBC Breakfast tie in link for the Express:




Children’s TV channel CBBC has caused online debate after it ranked their popular shows, in a tier ranging from “legend” to “hmmm”.

Among the top shows CBBC picked were game show 50/50, series Dick And Dom In Da Bungalow, and Horrible Histories. Ranking worst were Dennis The Menace and children’s news programme Newsround.

Posting the diagram to Twitter, the channel asked: “Did we get it right?”



Chucklevision has topped the poll.

Here's the top 10:

1. Chucklevision
2. The Story of Tracy Beaker
3. Dick and Dom in da Bungalow
4. Horrible Histories
5. The Sarah Jane Adventures
6. Blue Peter
7. Byker Grove
8. Grange Hill
9. Maid Marian and Her Merry Men
10. The Demon Headmaster

https://www.radiotimes.com/news/tv/2019-08-28/paul-chuckle-thrilled-as-chucklevision-voted-greatest-cbbc-series-of-all-time/

Worth noting that the top 10 features a lot of older shows, and half of them failed to appear in CBBC's own tier categories.
JCB2,048 posts since 21 Sep 2004 Recently warned
Spotted this reported on the Express & Star which doesn't seem to have been picked up by any mainstream news provider apart from the Metro and a BBC Breakfast tie in link for the Express:




Children’s TV channel CBBC has caused online debate after it ranked their popular shows, in a tier ranging from “legend” to “hmmm”.

Among the top shows CBBC picked were game show 50/50, series Dick And Dom In Da Bungalow, and Horrible Histories. Ranking worst were Dennis The Menace and children’s news programme Newsround.

Posting the diagram to Twitter, the channel asked: “Did we get it right?”



Chucklevision has topped the poll.


Great. Ridiculous collective tantrum over. Now everyone can get on with their lives.
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Josh1,078 posts since 21 Dec 2014
There's a new badge designed by Ed Sheeran to celebrate BBC Music Day. The intro of today's episode was an acapella remix.
Fan of the media industry, from the UK.
Josh1,078 posts since 21 Dec 2014
Seems "All Over The Place" is having some subtitling issues today: Live subtitles coming through instead of pre-recorded ones for the past few minutes. The pre-recorded ones are coming through albeit slightly behind
Fan of the media industry, from the UK.