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tellyblues North Reporting Scotland
On the daytime front, I can't remember which ITV executive said it but is there really a need for series 24 of Homes Under The Hammer or series 83 of Bargain Hunt?


There probably isn't but what else would generate the same volume and range of content?
NL
Ne1L C Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
On the daytime front, I can't remember which ITV executive said it but is there really a need for series 24 of Homes Under The Hammer or series 83 of Bargain Hunt?


There probably isn't but what else would generate the same volume and range of content?


While there is something comforting about BBC1's morning schedules I do agree it needs something new but as you said tellyblues what else would generate the same volume. BH has been running for 20 years and HUTH has been running for 17 years and together they have provided a bulwark of content and can be run ad infinitum et ad nauseam.

They are bankers for the BBC and its unlikely that if there are any changes to the schedule they'll be knocked out. A morning version of The One Show could work but only if it followed Breakfast as the evening version follows the local news. My theory is that the audience for Look North etc are "attuned" to a news/current affairs mindset so Breakfast viewers could (again in theory) could stick around for a "One Show AM" version.
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deejay Oxford

Agreed, Steve. I am a BBC lover and always have been but this is not the type of activity they should be concentrating on right now.

Personally, I think BBC1 and 2 during the day should either show archive material, news, and educational/public service programme.

What nonsense, so it should stop doing what it's done for 32 years?

As everyone keeps saying whatever they're planning (and we don't know what the idea is) it won't be anything new. BBC daytime has always had a mix of lifestyle, factual and public service programmes and that's how it should be. I don't see that a daytime One Show would fall foul of that, it's a very worthy programme at the best of times


The BBC is not remembered or cherished for its daytime output - it never has been and it never will be.

It has been 32 years of middle-of-the-road, non-licence-fee-justifying dross for the main part.

It is better to divert the talent, funding, and resources to those areas for which the BBC is rightly revered.

Use the daytime to stick on archive material, news, and educational/public service programmes.

You obviously lack any sort of quality filter if you think, to paraphrase you, that "a daytime One Show would (be) a very worthy programme." Feel bad for you. Crying or Very sad


Given that Homes Under the Hammer and Bargain Hunt regularly pull in a decent audience (1.5m or 30% share according to wikipedia for the former) and that there have been many other successful and formats grounded firmly Public Service principles (Crimewatch Roadshow, Helicopter Heroes, I’m sure there are others), your comment that it’s not cherished or remembered doesn’t stack up.

Admittedly daytime was once the preserve of debate talk shows like Kilroy or The Time The Place, or quizzes like Going For Gold or 100 Percent. Some of those quiz shows are dimly remembered if at all. There has also historically been a reliance on imported drama, especially from Australia and New Zealand. Any of them still on the BBC? Nope (at least I don’t think so).

I’m not sure talent and/or funding has been ever “diverted” to daytime. Look at the BBC daytime dramas that exist: Father Brown, Land Girls or Doctors. They’re both perfectly decent shows, well made and appeal to a good chunk of the available audience.

The complete joy that is The Repair Shop should also be celebrated as a daytime success.
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Jonwo
BBC One and ITV daytime schedules compliment each other really well with their schedules and I don't see that changing.
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Jon Recently warned Central (West) Midlands Today

Admittedly daytime was once the preserve of debate talk shows like Kilroy or The Time The Place, or quizzes like Going For Gold or 100 Percent. Some of those quiz shows are dimly remembered if at all. There has also historically been a reliance on imported drama, especially from Australia and New Zealand. Any of them still on the BBC? Nope (at least I don’t think so).

The BBC still show the odd Aussie drama in daytime either in the Doctors slot if that isn’t on or the post Doctors slot if it is. They also show London Kills which is technically an American show iirc.

There are still plenty of gameshows on daytime TV, they’re just different gameshows and tend to be in the afternoon.
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Jonwo posted:
BBC One and ITV daytime schedules compliment each other really well with their schedules and I don't see that changing.

I agree with you here, it is just there seems to be more repeats on BBC One daytime compared to ITV daytime - ITV have promoted how much of their daytime schedules is live, running from 6.00am to 2.00pm, that is a large chunk of the day, compared to a lot of repeats on BBC One, for example on Monday 28th September 2020, BBC One will have repeats from 10.00am - 12.15pm and 1.45pm to 3.00pm, whereas the only repeat on ITV that day is Tenable at 3.00pm.
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Jonwo posted:
BBC One and ITV daytime schedules compliment each other really well with their schedules and I don't see that changing.

I agree with you here, it is just there seems to be more repeats on BBC One daytime compared to ITV daytime - ITV have promoted how much of their daytime schedules is live, running from 6.00am to 2.00pm, that is a large chunk of the day, compared to a lot of repeats on BBC One, for example on Monday 28th September 2020, BBC One will have repeats from 10.00am - 12.15pm and 1.45pm to 3.00pm, whereas the only repeat on ITV that day is Tenable at 3.00pm.


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Jon Recently warned Central (West) Midlands Today
Jonwo posted:
BBC One and ITV daytime schedules compliment each other really well with their schedules and I don't see that changing.

I agree with you here, it is just there seems to be more repeats on BBC One daytime compared to ITV daytime - ITV have promoted how much of their daytime schedules is live, running from 6.00am to 2.00pm, that is a large chunk of the day, compared to a lot of repeats on BBC One, for example on Monday 28th September 2020, BBC One will have repeats from 10.00am - 12.15pm and 1.45pm to 3.00pm, whereas the only repeat on ITV that day is Tenable at 3.00pm.


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There is plenty of places for the BBC to make live television. There just needs to be the need to make them first.
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Jonwo posted:
BBC One and ITV daytime schedules compliment each other really well with their schedules and I don't see that changing.

I agree with you here, it is just there seems to be more repeats on BBC One daytime compared to ITV daytime - ITV have promoted how much of their daytime schedules is live, running from 6.00am to 2.00pm, that is a large chunk of the day, compared to a lot of repeats on BBC One, for example on Monday 28th September 2020, BBC One will have repeats from 10.00am - 12.15pm and 1.45pm to 3.00pm, whereas the only repeat on ITV that day is Tenable at 3.00pm.

Not seems - there are. And even when new episodes of the likes of Homes Under the Hammer and Bargain Hunt air it's often only two or three days a week. They also repackage shows at different lenghts - the Fraud Squad show airing this week at 11.45am is a 30-minute version of a series that aired earlier this year in the 45 minute slot at 9.15 as The Hunt.
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Jonwo

Not seems - there are. And even when new episodes of the likes of Homes Under the Hammer and Bargain Hunt air it's often only two or three days a week. They also repackage shows at different lenghts - the Fraud Squad show airing this week at 11.45am is a 30-minute version of a series that aired earlier this year in the 45 minute slot at 9.15 as The Hunt.


Airing new episodes on certain days and repeats on the remaining days is fairly common on prerecorded daytime shows not just here but in the US.
NL
Ne1L C Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
Jonwo posted:

Not seems - there are. And even when new episodes of the likes of Homes Under the Hammer and Bargain Hunt air it's often only two or three days a week. They also repackage shows at different lenghts - the Fraud Squad show airing this week at 11.45am is a 30-minute version of a series that aired earlier this year in the 45 minute slot at 9.15 as The Hunt.


Airing new episodes on certain days and repeats on the remaining days is fairly common on prerecorded daytime shows not just here but in the US.


Plus with the current situation causing chaos across television having a backlog of programmes has been useful no end.
JC
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Jonwo posted:
BBC One and ITV daytime schedules compliment each other really well with their schedules and I don't see that changing.

I agree with you here, it is just there seems to be more repeats on BBC One daytime compared to ITV daytime - ITV have promoted how much of their daytime schedules is live, running from 6.00am to 2.00pm, that is a large chunk of the day,


And of course there's nothing repetitive at all about that 8 hour block of fluff and clickbait culture war debates. Even if they do stick a one show spin off on at 9:15-10:00 there'd still be a wider variety of show's on BBC1 between 6.00 and 2.00 then there is on ITV.

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