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sqwidge197826 posts since 13 Jan 2013
I always thought Loose Women was live, however yesterday episode (Tuesday) must have been prerecorded as I saw Shayne Ward the previous Evening and he didn't have that much hair, either that or he's started to wear a Syrup.
JamesWorldNews8,002 posts since 22 Aug 2004
STV Central BBC World News
It seems to have been the Kaye and Nadia Show back in those days...........two main presenters rather than one.

Also, in the opening clip of LiveTalk in the post above, we can see Coleen Nolan and one other panelist in the background. Who is the other?

For clarity: Loose Women is LIVE about 95% of the time. However, last week and this week were all prerecorded episodes.

Back to normal next week.
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JamesWorldNews8,002 posts since 22 Aug 2004
STV Central BBC World News
Sherrie Hewson rejoins the panel today as a special 5th Loose Women. She’ll reminisce on her time on the show. She’ll be with Kaye Adams, Coleen Nolan, Nadia Sawalha and Jane Moore.

A rather special week indeed for Loose!!
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DeMarkay gave kudos
JamesWorldNews8,002 posts since 22 Aug 2004
STV Central BBC World News
Interesting to see on Lynda Bellingham's first show, Carol McGiffin was hosting.


Yeah. That was a lucky glimpse to see that because, until now, I never believed it!

I like the subtle “20” that’s been interwoven into the backdrop screens. Nice touch.

This is a Genuine question: is autocue only used for the main anchor? And, how far away is the camera/autocue from her position? The cameras seem to be behind the audience, which means that Kaye, Ruth and Andrea must have awesome eyesight! Lol.

It’s a genuine question.
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Whataday10,037 posts since 13 Sep 2001
HTV Wales Wales Today
The anchor's camera is actually in front of the audience, to the side of the desk. It's not particularly far and the size of the Autocue text can be enlarged if required.

They do quite a good job of hiding the cameras with this current set, unlike the previous version.