On Mon, 10 Dec 2012 01:32:08 +0000, Graham. wrote:
I wonder who will take over on The Sky at Night? Though I guess as The
Sky at Night is an interesting science based programme that requires more
than half a brain cell to understand will it be quietly dropped. I hope
not but none of the current regular co-presenters inspire me.
Helen Czerski who co-presented Orbit a while back had a good ethustiastic
style and has a scientific background, though into bubbles rather than
On Mon, 10 Dec 2012 05:43:07 -0800 (PST), harry wrote:
Rules out Helen Czerski, so it'll Kate bumble then
That's just been dumbed down and down , the fact they spenta small
fortune of the new graphivs which were and still are dire says that.
About the same time the atlantic charts disappeared as well. Though they
occasionally are shown now but not explained properly using the correct
Grrr - don't remind me how much I hate the fact that we now have some bimbo
bat squeaking at us while a 3d animation swoops and soars conveying
absolutely no information of any use whatsoever. The old charts packed a
lot of information into a view. Useful information for anyone farming or
sailing a boat.
On Mon, 10 Dec 2012 20:24:53 +0000, The Other Mike
Haven't a load on the BBC regionals been laid off or are about to be
as part of the DQV cuts? Some seem to popping up on ordinary
presentation assignments recently, whether that is to keep them
occupied while contracts finish or they have managed to wangle a way
of staying on in new positions I don't know. The one who did manage to
retain her position at BBC South has thanked them by buggering of to
Pakistan. Probably hear about her getting stoned sometime.
At least with the cutbacks we may be spared the pointless presentation
of a weather forecast by one of them getting wet at location somewhere
in the region just to prove it actually is raining. I wonder how much
those exercises cost licence payers in travel and subsistence
allowances because they fancied an evening with the yachties at Cowes
week or a day out at Goodwood.
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