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Idents refreshed (July 2007)

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A former member
Ugly beaty, the Simpson's, repeats,

two Oringal E4 teenage dramas
DA
davidmcg
Honestly as a teenager of today all I can say is that your comments are really origional and arent stereotyping us at all . Some of us do want to go to university and get a job you know and dont think that an asbo is the mark of a man
GR
gregmc
djmgpsp posted:
Honestly as a teenager of today all I can say is that your comments are really origional and arent stereotyping us at all . Some of us do want to go to university and get a job you know and dont think that an asbo is the mark of a man


As a teenager you might want to attend those English Language lessons too. Laughing Wink
ST
Stuart West Country (West) Spotlight
gregmc posted:
As a teenager you might want to attend those English Language lessons too. Laughing Wink

I totally agree. It's quite shocking that someone with access to a spell/grammar checker could envisage putting a post like that anywhere on the internet talking about a desire to attend University!

What the hell have I been paying for in terms of education (x3)?
SA
saturdaymorning
Rolling Eyes Dude,he was making a point about YOUR spelling errors.
JO
Joe
saturdaymorning posted:
Rolling Eyes Dude,he was making a point about YOUR spelling errors.


Eh?
ND
NorthDown2
Nothing could be worse than those awful arrows at the moment ... could it? Agree with others - the blobs / bugs were good as they could be used in many different ways which arrows couldn't
DA
davidmcg
Actually, I was drinking earlier and in my summer exams I received a honours grade from my english teacher Il have you know!
DA
davidmcg
Thats why the grammar was not as up to scratch as it usually is. Ok?
TV
tvarksouthwest
Why is it necessary to rebrand the CBBC Channel just two years after last doing so? The money would be better spent on new and original programming to decrease the channel's reliance on animation and Tracy Beaker.

That said, I've just had official confirmation that Grange Hill will no longer be shown on BBC1, with this being the first year since the show began it has failed to appear on the main channel. A smack in the face for possibly the most successful children's show of all time.
BE
Ben Founding member London London
tvarksouthwest posted:
That said, I've just had official confirmation that Grange Hill will no longer be shown on BBC1, with this being the first year since the show began it has failed to appear on the main channel. A smack in the face for possibly the most successful children's show of all time.


...and one step closer to it being axed.
www.youtube.com/vtrben
NJ
Neil Jones Founding member Central (West) Midlands Today
tvarksouthwest posted:
That said, I've just had official confirmation that Grange Hill will no longer be shown on BBC1, with this being the first year since the show began it has failed to appear on the main channel. A smack in the face for possibly the most successful children's show of all time.


I would argue that this is no great loss, as I caught chunks of this year's GH on CBBC Channel (through lack of anything else on I wanted to see at the time) and from what I saw, it was like watching a reincarnated Brookside in its last years, especially when I noticed at least one former Brookie kid actor.

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