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commseng260 posts since 8 Dec 2016
London London
Going around ITN at Wells Street many years ago, one of the things that stuck in my mind was the wall of carts in the sound end of the gallery. Not your typical material on them,
"Rapid Gunfire", "Explosion - distant" "Explosion - close" and so on were the order of the day. Not quite your 275 & 285 or 261 BRMB Radio carts!
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Steve in Pudsey10,267 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
Yes that will be a contribution into a programme being produced in Salford. I think that one is at BH but there are also facilities at Millbank. The camera is mainly there for the presenter and guest to have a bit of eye contact and any hand signals that may be required, looking good for TV/Visualisation is a secondary consideration, although I'm surprised Theresa May isn't wearing headphones.

There are some much nicer studios available at BH for full programmes with full visualisation kit available.
Write that down in your copybook now.
Brekkie31,986 posts since 4 Jan 2003
HTV Wales Wales Today
World at One clip just used on ITV News with a Boris interview. Initially looks like a sports style backdrop with rows of the World at One logo and Radio 4 logo but then you notice individual logos quite subtly animating. Simple but effective.
I preferred the internet when it had a sense of humour.
BBI45867 posts since 2 Aug 2015
Central (East) East Midlands Today
World at One clip just used on ITV News with a Boris interview. Initially looks like a sports style backdrop with rows of the World at One logo and Radio 4 logo but then you notice individual logos quite subtly animating. Simple but effective.






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kernow1,326 posts since 18 Jan 2006
I realise this isn't strictly related to radio studio design, but thought it was worth posting.

Wave 105 celebrate their 21st birthday today, and have posted their launch from 1998 online:



thegeek4,996 posts since 1 Jan 2002
London London
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John Pienaar's report on the Ten showed a wider view of the studio - it's one of the Millbank radio studios with a TV at the back of it. Note the handy screwdriver on the desk.
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