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An Adventure in Space and Time: Thursday 9pm (September 2013)

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Charlie Wells Moderator Anglia (West) Look East (West sub-opt)
The ident was played at the very beginning of the programme, after the normal BBC 2 continuity. Out of curiosity does anyone know where was the Lime Grove stuff filmed, did they use one of the vacated TVC studios?
"Listen, we've all got something to bring to this conversation, but from now on what I think you should bring is silence." - Rimmer
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TV Fetish West Country (East) Points West
Loved the programme and the five minute one after! The BBCtv ident was on show a fair bit in the programme, alongside Test Card C! Great Doctor Who game now on Google by the way! Smile
it's programme not program!
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D.Page
JAS84 posted:
The bit immediately following should be of interest. They played out this ident!
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Can I ask, when, exactly, did they play out this ident?


The ident was played at the very beginning of the programme, after the normal BBC 2 continuity. Out of curiosity does anyone know where was the Lime Grove stuff filmed, did they use one of the vacated TVC studios?


Arrh. Thanks. I didn't catch the very beginning, and I can't see any repeat, in the schedules Crying or Very sad
Last edited by D.Page on 22 November 2013 4:41pm - 3 times in total
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Charlie Wells Moderator Anglia (West) Look East (West sub-opt)
Worth noting that BBC Four showed the first few episodes of series 1 afterwards.
"Listen, we've all got something to bring to this conversation, but from now on what I think you should bring is silence." - Rimmer
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A former member
Thanks bbc two for no telling.
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benriggers Meridian (South) Oxford
Thanks bbc two for no telling.


They did. The announcer said over the credits of AAISAT to turn over to BBC Four for An Unearthly Child.
"They don't want your name, just your number"
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A former member
I never clicked. I would have said the first episode.
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Critique Anglia (East) Look East
Ooh, just caught up with 'An Adventure in Space and Time' on iPlayer and found it really very good - this will probably be my highlight of all the 50th anniversary celebrations, unless they pull something incredible out tomorrow!
623058: it just seems like your an mp3 whore
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Mr-Stabby London London
I've got the first episodes on DVD, but i ended up watching them on BBC Four anyway. I was wearing headphones, and i was surprised just how audible the studio talkback was, and you could very easily hear the cameras rolling around the floor. There was also that strange analog audio artifact that you used to get whereby you would hear an echo of an upcoming piece of sound before it actually played. I heard it the most whenever Susan or Barbera were about to scream, ha.
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DVB Cornwall West Country (West) Spotlight
An eagle eyed viewer spotted a continuity error in 'An Adventure in Space and Time' seems that Hartnell's car had done some time travelling of it's own. A 'D' registration vehicle was shown - FBK304D. This would have been licensed between 1 January 1966 and 31 December 1966. Excellent programme though.
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Andrew Wood Founding member Central (West) Midlands Today
If they meant the car shown at the start and the end, then those scenes were set in 1966 anyway - plus the October 1966 tax disc should have been a giveaway!
Last edited by Andrew Wood on 23 November 2013 2:27pm
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TV Times Central (West) Midlands Today
Looks like there may well be another announcement tonight about missing episodes being found!

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