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This Is Granada1,688 posts since 4 Jan 2003
UTV
So looking ahead to next week, say Tuesday, I'm thinking:

"Hi there, what about yous, welcome to our Tuesday night line up here on UTV where...

A - "Robert tries to persuade Aaron..."
B - "Jai is under pressure from the staff..."
C - "Kerry is called in by the police..."

"...in Emmerdale."

Place your bets now.


I'm gonna say non of the above and that it will be 'D' and Gillian will be on duty on Tuesday.
denton1,043 posts since 4 Jan 2003
So looking ahead to next week, say Tuesday, I'm thinking:

"Hi there, what about yous, welcome to our Tuesday night line up here on UTV where...

A - "Robert tries to persuade Aaron..."
B - "Jai is under pressure from the staff..."
C - "Kerry is called in by the police..."

"...in Emmerdale."

Place your bets now.


I'm gonna say non of the above and that it will be 'D' and Gillian will be on duty on Tuesday.


Hope so, she does put in effort.
This Is Granada1,688 posts since 4 Jan 2003
UTV
Does anyone know when UTV life is back? I haven't seen it appear in a while or is it in a graveyard slot again?


First episode back was last Friday evening at 8pm. On at 8pm again this week too.

Its a shame that UTV Life is such a shadow of its former self. Such a boring studio, Pammy sat so far across the table from the guests on hard 'news chairs'.

I appreciate they are very tight on space in the studio etc, but when you look back to UTV Life at 5:30pm with Frank & Pammy, the big sofas etc much more of a relaxed friendly magazine type show compared to the UTV Life of today.
PFMC841,522 posts since 28 Feb 2013
UTV Newsline
I imagine given the very twee type of programme it is, it probably not worth it money wise to get alternative studios to film it in. I imagine it doesn't even rate that well anyway but is kept to fulfil some locally made/PSB purposes and not because it has a legion of fans.
chinamug437 posts since 29 Jul 2013
UTV Newsline
I imagine given the very twee type of programme it is, it probably not worth it money wise to get alternative studios to film it in. I imagine it doesn't even rate that well anyway but is kept to fulfil some locally made/PSB purposes and not because it has a legion of fans.


It probably does rate very well. Even in the last few years, the locally made shows have made it into the top 10 in the region. Shows that would probably sink without a trace elsewhere on the ITV network. I'm thinking here of Lesser Spotted Ulster and Rare Breed: A Farming Year.