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james-20014,476 posts since 13 Sep 2015
Central (East) East Midlands Today
It'd be a shame if it had no live audience like Knowing Me Knowing You had. I know it's mostly frowned upon but I always felt Partridge's audience-less projects felt a bit flat.

The second series of I'm Alan Partridge had a lot of complaints because it had audience laughter, when series one did too. It had somewhat gone out of vogue between the two series


Yes, the way people acted at the time, they genuinely seemed to have forgotten the first series had it!
Inspector Sands13,269 posts since 25 Aug 2004

But isn't there technically an audience on The One Show? Or is that just the crew cheering in the background.


I went in the One Show studio when they still did tours of Broadcasting house, you can barely fit the crew in there, let alone an audience!

There is an audience, I've been a member of it!


It's very small and tickets are limited to BBC staff members and their friends/family
Cando1,379 posts since 8 Mar 2012
London London
Jurassic Park! I've made watching Knowing Me, Knowing Yule practically a Christmas tradition. "Father Christmas, I hear Norfolk Rover are offering 0% finance on selected models..." Currently rewatching I'm Alan Partridge too.

I'm guessing with the promo today and that it was definitely going to be this month then we can probably expect it in a 9pm slot, Friday 22nd.

They said Monday 25th at the press screening. Not officially confirmed though.
JCB1,972 posts since 21 Sep 2004
Most people, including Coogan and the writers, agree the 2nd series of IAP wasn't as good as the first and was the reason Partridge was rested for several years. That's probably why the audiance laughter sounds more prominent and artificial I guess. They seemed to be having a better time than everybody else.
james-20014,476 posts since 13 Sep 2015
Central (East) East Midlands Today

But isn't there technically an audience on The One Show? Or is that just the crew cheering in the background.


I went in the One Show studio when they still did tours of Broadcasting house, you can barely fit the crew in there, let alone an audience!

There is an audience, I've been a member of it!


It's very small and tickets are limited to BBC staff members and their friends/family


From what I remember of the studio I presume they must be standing!

I can also remember how scratched, buffed and grotty the clear table they have in the middle of the studio looks for real. Tried to take a photo of it, but the grottyness didn't really even show up on that.
Inspector Sands13,269 posts since 25 Aug 2004

From what I remember of the studio I presume they must be standing!

Yes they're standing, they're seen on camera in virtually every edition of the programme
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I can also remember how scratched, buffed and grotty the clear table they have in the middle of the studio looks for real. Tried to take a photo of it, but the grottyness didn't really even show up on that.

That is not unusual to The One Show, TV sets always look a lot shabbier in real life especially those that have had daily use for years
Hatton Cross3,118 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Central (West) Midlands Today
Back to the trailer..

I know Partridge is a mash of various real life TV and radio presenters, but..

I'm seeing a lot of Nick Owen circa 1994 (The Good Morning With Anne & Nick years) in that jacket and shirt colour combo.
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Whataday9,711 posts since 13 Sep 2001
HTV Wales Wales Today

From what I remember of the studio I presume they must be standing!

Yes they're standing, they're seen on camera in virtually every edition of the programme
Quote:
I can also remember how scratched, buffed and grotty the clear table they have in the middle of the studio looks for real. Tried to take a photo of it, but the grottyness didn't really even show up on that.

That is not unusual to The One Show, TV sets always look a lot shabbier in real life especially those that have had daily use for years


Yes, I think I've said previously, the set for The Graham Norton Show is looking rather tatty up close these days.
JKDerry1,402 posts since 15 Oct 2016
UTV Newsline

From what I remember of the studio I presume they must be standing!

Yes they're standing, they're seen on camera in virtually every edition of the programme
Quote:
I can also remember how scratched, buffed and grotty the clear table they have in the middle of the studio looks for real. Tried to take a photo of it, but the grottyness didn't really even show up on that.

That is not unusual to The One Show, TV sets always look a lot shabbier in real life especially those that have had daily use for years


Yes, I think I've said previously, the set for The Graham Norton Show is looking rather tatty up close these days.

It is basically the same set they have been using since he launched the show in 2007. With little updates and the odd tweak, the layout of Graham's set has not really changed since the show launched over on BBC Two in 2007.