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davidmcg883 posts since 3 Jan 2006
Ps What the hell is action stations in the morning on Citv, it's just the toonattik presenters doing a rubbish voiceover, and have anyone noticed that on weekdays that there is only 6 programmes that aren't pre-school
CoxyAppo190 posts since 3 Aug 2005
CITV Newsletter:

New episodes of Shuriken School (CITV on ITV1 when it returns on July 3rd)

Robotboy (CITV Channel)
Pirate Islands (CITV Channel)
Butterfingers (CITV Channel)

PLUS Pocoyo has a new website!!!!

AND: CITV are looking for contestants for their new Scratch n Sniff fronted gameshow; Trapdoor

(If you're interested send your name, age, address, phone number, photo and why you think we should pick you to trapdoor@foundationtv.co.uk or Trapdoor, PO Box 981, ME14 5XE!)
Conan-san172 posts since 3 Jan 2005
Ok, Pirate isls. was quite awesome when it first ran on Citv but the rest seems a bit crap between a rip off of Naruto and a (REALY BAD) rip off of Astroboy and "My life as a teenage robot"

(Seriouly guys, gezz, what does it take to get the real deal? Sacrificing Vigen Maidens?!)

So, it's a bit of one step foreword, one bus ride back.
CoxyAppo190 posts since 3 Aug 2005
interestingly Shuriken School will take the 3.30pm-4.00pm slot

4.00pm is TBA
4.30pm is TBA
5.00pm The Price Is Right
5.30pm-6.30pm is TBA
6.30pm-7.30pm News

With Emmerdale staying at 10.00pm

I think the 4.00pm slot might not be CITV
CoxyAppo190 posts since 3 Aug 2005
CITV's audience share 0.2%
CBBC's audience share 0.3%

I think CITV will overtake CBBC soon. CITV's daytime schedule must get more viewers than Class TV on CBBC.
Charlie Wells3,726 posts since 26 Nov 2003 Moderator
A Saturday Showdown testcard featuring the presenters... ...I couldn't help thinking that it reminded me of....
*

Having said that the show definately seems to have improved since it moved to only the CiTV Channel. I'm fairly certain the immuendo has increased as well.

(After Stephen discovered the others were playing witches & wizzards without him...)
Stephen: "I'm off to play with myself... ...and my invisible friend Geoffrey."

Interestingly they gave Scratch a camera and you could just see the edge of the set and the camera crew, along with a closeup on Holly. Laughing
Charlie Wells3,726 posts since 26 Nov 2003 Moderator
james2001 posted:
I notice digiguide are still listing Satuday Showdown as being on the 8th of July. Are you sure we've got it right about the show ending?

They've just said that the final Saturday Showdown is next week, so that'll be 1st July.

Edit: They've announced that The Doc AND Mr Lee will be back next week for the final show.
russnet2,176 posts since 6 Jul 2001
Charlie Wells posted:
james2001 posted:
I notice digiguide are still listing Satuday Showdown as being on the 8th of July. Are you sure we've got it right about the show ending?

They've just said that the final Saturday Showdown is next week, so that'll be 1st July.

Edit: They've announced that The Doc AND Mr Lee will be back next week for the final show.


Mr Lee Mr Lee Mr Mr Lee... Laughing

Question is: As somebody who doesn't have digi, do I go round to my mums and watch it bearing in mind as a 28 year old asking my mum to come round to watch a show primarily for kids Laughing
saturdaymorning1,109 posts since 2 Jul 2005
I can't believe i'm missing out on all that.I watch it improving for a few months then it goes to citv channel only and it explodes into a type of megashow!

By the time we get digital it'll have probably gone!
russnet2,176 posts since 6 Jul 2001
If they thinking of bringing people back from the MOM days. How about the foam shooting Security guards or the receptionist twins who seemed to only say the MOM telephone number in sync.

Mind you, probably have has much chance of them coming back as getting Michael Underwood to appear Laughing
CoxyAppo190 posts since 3 Aug 2005
Im away next week, ill have to get it taped!

I think its quite sad that its ending and ITV Duty Office have informed me that there are no new childrens shows planned at ITV at present.

Did you see the bit where Holly said "we were good" (or something like that"? It reminded me of Chris Eccleston's last Doctor Who!