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BillyH1,280 posts since 4 Jan 2003
In the London version of Next Weeks Radio Times they have this in:

MONDAY 3 September

6.00 BBC News
PM With Fiona Bruce. Including a weather summary. (S) (W) 77

_________ _____________
6.30 Newsroom South East 6.30 South East Today
With Gillian Joseph Regional news for
(Monday-Thursday) and Jules Sussex and Kent
Botfield (Friday). presented by Laurie
Editor Jane Mote (S) (W) Editor Rod Beards (S)
57 (W) 57 Email:newsroom.south.east@bbc.co.uk


Great,eh? Smile What do you think?
Asa3,368 posts since 22 Mar 2001 Administrator
Look out for the promo at 6.55pm tonight for SE viewers.

They showed it at 11am this morning on BBC Two. Nice 'clicky' regional opt in and out!

Cheers, Asa
Dolby Digital
Yes that was good was'nt expecting it though, I did'nt just logged on and I say it just as I was about to flick over to BBC World.
I don't see any reason why the London programme will still be called NRSE until October.

They've already moved from Elstree to Central London, and the style of BBC generic sets is such that the name of the programme title only appears on screens, rather than permenant fixtures of the set.

Also a new generic title sequence showing the shape of just London and the Home Counties - without Oxfordshire and Kent - ought to be used (and if your gonna make new titles, you'd change the name that appears at the end of them).

So is this only happening because of either or both of the following reasons:

(1) The BBC don't want two new things to happen at once (the two things being Kent departing, and London getting a new programme title)?

(2) They quite simply haven't managed to make a final decision yet on exactly what the new London programme should be called?
Dolby Digital
Well there two good reasons, and there both probably correct.