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Gary McEwan Central Reporting Scotland
When was tonight’s catchphrase filmed, it wasn’t socially distanced and was a new edition.


Announcer on STV said it was filmed before the COVID Pandemic.
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RDJ Central (West) Midlands Today
A Family Fortunes promo just aired on ITV.

If anything, it sounded as if they haven’t remade the Les Dennis era theme, they’re using the actual old theme itself.

I’d be surprised if that is the case. But then again I’m not holding out much hope on Gino as a host on this.
Central News South January 9th 1989 - December 3rd 2006
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Brekkie Wales Wales Today
Jonathan Ross' Comedy Club wasn't bad actually - could have probably done with an extra 15 minutes though. The social distancing was done in such a way it didn't look awkward or unnatural at all - even with the audience. Is it filmed at TVC?
Turns out nobody had 2020 vision.
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Castries
could have probably done with an extra 15 minutes though.

Agreed it was surprisingly good. The show was very tight indeed, but I wonder if this is the difference between it and Harry Hill's Clubnite which was nowhere near as good (on a sample size of 1)
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Universal_r Central Reporting Scotland
I’m not sure if this is the right thread for this if not would someone be able to point to the right one.
Does anyone know if STV viewing figures are counted in the ITV viewing figures?
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Ne1L C Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
Hmm I don’t know as STV and ITV are effectively 2 stations. Have you looked at RAJAR’s website?
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Andrew Founding member Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
I’m not sure if this is the right thread for this if not would someone be able to point to the right one.
Does anyone know if STV viewing figures are counted in the ITV viewing figures?

Yes they are
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valley
Hmm I don’t know as STV and ITV are effectively 2 stations. Have you looked at RAJAR’s website?

I think you might mean BARB rather than RAJAR Wink
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Ne1L C Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
Whoops.
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Steve Williams
After Auntie's Bloomers they had Outtake TV.


Yes, and I remember about a decade ago there were new episodes of Outtake TV and Alright of the Night within about a week of each other, with ITV clips on Outtake TV and BBC clips on Alright on the Night.

This latest Alright on the Night really was dreadful, unbleeped F-words but a script that would have been rejected by CBBC for being insufficiently edgy. I know it's all about stringing out what you have for as long as possible, but it might have been nice if even one clip could have been allowed to play out without the requirement to explain what was humorous about it, in case you didn't get it. It was like audio description!
Brekkie and bilky asko gave kudos
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Meridian AM Meridian (South) South Today
I was watching Stephen Mulhern filming In For a Penny here in Southampton this afternoon.
Not sure when it will air on TV, but it's good they are able to be back filming some new programmes.
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fanoftv Central (West) Midlands Today
This latest Alright on the Night really was dreadful, unbleeped F-words but a script that would have been rejected by CBBC for being insufficiently edgy. I know it's all about stringing out what you have for as long as possible, but it might have been nice if even one clip could have been allowed to play out without the requirement to explain what was humorous about it, in case you didn't get it. It was like audio description!


They seemed to reignite the brand with the help of Griff Rhys Jones to undo all of their efforts with these David Walliams editions.

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