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"Watch this space" as BBC Creative respond to ident change request (December 2016)

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Blake Connolly Founding member
Who are these BBC announcers?


Had a quick look at the videos and that's practically the entire roster of announcers from the time.
JO
Josh

Loving this from Duncan Newmarch for tonight's rewatch of Doctor Who: Rose from 2005!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2z2NAP8W10w

I'm afraid I missed the rewatch, how could you see that on iPlayer?

It wasn't a linear television rewatch, hence the Not BBC One logo on the ident. You had to press play on the episode at exactly 8pm or whenever it was and then you could tweet about it in sync with everyone else as if it was playing live.
TM
ToasterMan
Who are these BBC announcers?


Had a quick look at the videos and that's practically the entire roster of announcers from the time.

The ones I'm referring to are at 0:59 in the first video and 0:13 in the second.
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benriggers
Who are these BBC announcers?


Had a quick look at the videos and that's practically the entire roster of announcers from the time.

The ones I'm referring to are at 0:59 in the first video and 0:13 in the second.


Dean Lydiate in the first, Delroy Haynes in the second. (yes I will try and get around putting announcers and dates in the descriptions at some point)
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Steve in Pudsey
I hadn't realised Schools programmes were still using that style of slide so late as the purple box era.
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Charlie Gough
Josh posted:

Loving this from Duncan Newmarch for tonight's rewatch of Doctor Who: Rose from 2005!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2z2NAP8W10w

I'm afraid I missed the rewatch, how could you see that on iPlayer?

It wasn't a linear television rewatch, hence the Not BBC One logo on the ident. You had to press play on the episode at exactly 8pm or whenever it was and then you could tweet about it in sync with everyone else as if it was playing live.


You need to find the episode (BBC iPlayer, Netflix, DVDs, etc) and press play at exactly 7pm. Quite a big one this week!

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natwel27
I'm not sure as to whether it was 'Hippos' that originally lead into Vincent and the Doctor. I would've initially assumed it would have been the 'Saturday Night Entertainment' ident. Then again it might've been.
JL
JamesLaverty1925
I'm not sure as to whether it was 'Hippos' that originally lead into Vincent and the Doctor. I would've initially assumed it would have been the 'Saturday Night Entertainment' ident. Then again it might've been.


Was about to say, wasn't there an animated ident with The Doctor, Graham Norton and the Big Red Balls from Total Wipeout at this point?
Charlie Gough, Brekkie and natwel27 gave kudos
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Josh
I believe that would've been in Spring 2010 when the ident was used (as it promoted Over The Rainbow, Total Wipeout and DW) and the episode was June 2010, so it may be unlikely.
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natwel27
Josh posted:
I believe that would've been in Spring 2010 when the ident was used (as it promoted Over The Rainbow, Total Wipeout and DW) and the episode was June 2010, so it may be unlikely.
According to Wikipedia (not exactly what one would call a reliable source, I'll admit) it was used from 24th April to 19th June 2010. Though to be fair, I have no idea whether it was as consistently used as 'Neon' apparently was on Saturday Nights.
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A former member
I'm not sure as to whether it was 'Hippos' that originally lead into Vincent and the Doctor. I would've initially assumed it would have been the 'Saturday Night Entertainment' ident. Then again it might've been.


Was about to say, wasn't there an animated ident with The Doctor, Graham Norton and the Big Red Balls from Total Wipeout at this point?

http://tig.gy/?YB671
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natwel27
First used into episode 5x04 'The Time of Angels'. The only idents I know that we're used into Series 5 were that and the 'Mission Control' ident into 5x01 'The Eleventh Hour'.

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