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JamesWorldNews7,413 posts since 22 Aug 2004
STV Central BBC World
Although it's the Loose Women, rather than the show Loose Women, facing the axe. The reports suggest ITV want to revamp it rather than axe it.


Ah yes, I didn't realise! Embarassed


Sounds like they basically want to steer it back to a format like The View. To do that they'd need to add some journalists to the lineup (Moira Stewart, Angela Rippon maybe?) and get rid of the likes of Denise Welch. They'd need to keep some lighter panelists though.


Moira Stuart as a Loose Woman?? Perish the thought!

(Sorry for the dredging of old post......)
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JamesWorldNews7,413 posts since 22 Aug 2004
STV Central BBC World
Paul Gascgoine is today's guest, alongside Jane Moore, Stacey Solomon, Christine Lampard and Nadia Sawalha. (Snow permitting).

Promises to be an interesting show, methinks...........
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HJL544 posts since 1 Mar 2014
Spotlight
guests have been walking in from the same position as the presenters, rather than through the audience. Not sure whether it's because the audience is smaller because of the weather or if it's to do with the move to TVC?
Reece24168 posts since 16 Mar 2017
Anglia (West) Look East
guests have been walking in from the same position as the presenters, rather than through the audience. Not sure whether it's because the audience is smaller because of the weather or if it's to do with the move to TVC?


I think it's to do with the smaller audience, there was passing comment both yesterday and today about the half-full audience. Notice the tight camera angles too.
Jonwo87285 posts since 20 Sep 2007
guests have been walking in from the same position as the presenters, rather than through the audience. Not sure whether it's because the audience is smaller because of the weather or if it's to do with the move to TVC?


I think it's to do with the smaller audience, there was passing comment both yesterday and today about the half-full audience. Notice the tight camera angles too.


It's very rare for these types of shows to be half full, I wonder if it'll affect The Last Leg which is from The London Studios since Waterloo Station is closing early due to the snow although the Tube is running okay so maybe they'll be okay
TG432 posts since 11 Jul 2004
Meridian (South) South Today
There was some concern at TLS on Thursday as to how many people would be likely to turn up for The Last Leg the following day. Josh Widdecombe was in recording QI and he, plus the rest of the cast and crew alike expressed surprise how many of us had actually turned up for the afternoon recording, and it was pointed out to us that anyone who applied for last minute Last Leg tickets would almost certainly get plenty.
JKDerry635 posts since 15 Oct 2016
UTV Newsline
There was some concern at TLS on Thursday as to how many people would be likely to turn up for The Last Leg the following day. Josh Widdecombe was in recording QI and he, plus the rest of the cast and crew alike expressed surprise how many of us had actually turned up for the afternoon recording, and it was pointed out to us that anyone who applied for last minute Last Leg tickets would almost certainly get plenty.

Isn't "weather events" wonderful?
JKDerry635 posts since 15 Oct 2016
UTV Newsline
There was some concern at TLS on Thursday as to how many people would be likely to turn up for The Last Leg the following day. Josh Widdecombe was in recording QI and he, plus the rest of the cast and crew alike expressed surprise how many of us had actually turned up for the afternoon recording, and it was pointed out to us that anyone who applied for last minute Last Leg tickets would almost certainly get plenty.

In the Republic of Ireland, their longest running talk show "The Late Late Show" with their host Ryan Tubridy was affected badly by the weather. The host was there, but the studio audience of 200 was told to stay away for health and safety, but the live show continued, with anyone they could get from who was at the RTE Television Centre and RTE Radio Centre complex at Donnybrook in Dublin. Think they managed around 20-30 people along with any home "celebs" they could get as guests. The two hour 10 minute live show which aired on 9.35pm must have been a terrible pain for the production team and host.
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