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buster1,745 posts since 15 Mar 2006
London London
Here's a question, was this short-lived Julie Goodyear show filmed at the Albert Dock studio or not? Looks awfully TM to me.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9XTERaoiDY


It does, but I think it might actually be the Quay St garden studio with the windows blacked out. A lot of Breeze’s stuff came from there, and later ITV Play. It was a cafe by the time of the Corrie studio tour post closure.
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all new Phil3,146 posts since 12 Feb 2005
Granada North West Today
Here's a question, was this short-lived Julie Goodyear show filmed at the Albert Dock studio or not? Looks awfully TM to me.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9XTERaoiDY


It does, but I think it might actually be the Quay St garden studio with the windows blacked out. A lot of Breeze’s stuff came from there, and later ITV Play. It was a cafe by the time of the Corrie studio tour post closure.

Also some of their regional shows I seem to remember.
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DJ Dave1,860 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Granada North West Today
Here's a question, was this short-lived Julie Goodyear show filmed at the Albert Dock studio or not? Looks awfully TM to me.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9XTERaoiDY


It does, but I think it might actually be the Quay St garden studio with the windows blacked out. A lot of Breeze’s stuff came from there, and later ITV Play. It was a cafe by the time of the Corrie studio tour post closure.

Yeah I think it is the garden studio , Eamonn O'Neal there who did a lot at Granada, he was producer of Granada Reports too.
nwtv20038,341 posts since 5 Jan 2003
Granada North West Today
Here's a question, was this short-lived Julie Goodyear show filmed at the Albert Dock studio or not? Looks awfully TM to me.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9XTERaoiDY


It does, but I think it might actually be the Quay St garden studio with the windows blacked out. A lot of Breeze’s stuff came from there, and later ITV Play. It was a cafe by the time of the Corrie studio tour post closure.


It’s definitely Quay Street, they built a studio in the garden especially for the Livetime show which ran in the afternoons. It was built around the time Good Life rebranded to Breeze. Seemed to get a fair amount of promotion at the time too. From memory (without going too off topic) I believe Granada Sky had an office opposite the Quay Street studios in an older building.
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Steve Williams2,679 posts since 1 Aug 2008
They really tried hard to get a Julie Goodyear show off the ground, for a while Granada were going to make one for BBC daytime but it was consistently delayed - with the papers gleefully reporting that the pilots had been a total disaster - and in the end it never happened.

In 1994, they did do a one-off on Granada called The Julie Goodyear Debate, and I remember the Sunday Mirror asking readers who lived in Granadaland to write in and tell them what it was like.