What are the beeb doing now

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09 Aug 2007 19:14 #1109382214 by Fantines
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Is it me but I thought IL6 was support to be on tonight but what did we get one guilty deed. Not that I mind because it's Nat still like to see Limbo.

"We are all travelers in the wilderness of this world, and the best we can find in our travels is an honest friend" -- Robert Lewis Stevenson

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09 Aug 2007 19:18 #1109382215 by webmistress
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Hi ya,,

yep, read more here and there .

:sick:

Cheers!

webmistress

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"If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck." A simplified version of Occam's razor.

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09 Aug 2007 21:36 #1109382225 by Fantines
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Hi Ya

Thanks Webmistress been stuck in work for the last or so we have a big inspection next week from the goverment, so we have all at to work more hours. glad it only happens every 4 years. so I feel i'm losing touch with all that's happening.

Thanks again and it's good to have you back,

couldn't help but notice 40 guest on ine earlier brilliant :woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo:

"We are all travelers in the wilderness of this world, and the best we can find in our travels is an honest friend" -- Robert Lewis Stevenson

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10 Aug 2007 11:39 #1109382238 by TAG
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Fantines,
I do so hope that inspection isn't being carried out by any of my staff! :whistle:

Disappointingly, the BBC seem to have lost the plot a little in the art of communication. It seems a long time ago now that they were once held up as the best - world renowned broadcasters - but lately, it's become quite poor.

It annoys me a little that something once so reliable has been allowed to become a shadow of it's former self. I think it's time to set my thoughts down on paper and send a letter ;)

Keep safe all,
TAG

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10 Aug 2007 14:36 #1109382246 by webmistress
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Te-he,

OK something to cheer you all up... Yes I'm back - and that seems to lead to disaster somehow :P Here's one more thing to add a little something to the confusion. I got a brand new theory about yesterday evening. Listen to this from a ratings blurb I got today:

"The first instalment of a two-part Inspector Lynley story attracted 4.2m (21.5%) viewers to BBC1 last night [note: that was August 9th, 2007, yes we are not mistaken but the media analysts are obviously], but failed to beat ITV1 banker The Bill, which was watched by 4.4m viewers (22.9%). The 90-minute detective drama, starring Nathaniel Parker, outperformed the slot's average share of 22.6%."

He he - here's the new conspiracy theory coming right from the X-Files :laugh: <irony tag on>
By luring audience and journalists alike into a trap with false info and sudden re-scheduling, the Beeb tries to make the media believe as if the latest series has lost about 2 mio. viewers per average evening. Thus we have a lovely self-fulfilling prophecy: Not enough viewers - no more IL. And once the real new epis are due to be broadcast no-one tunes in because everybody's turned off.
</irony tag off>

OK that's one mad-cow idea... :whistle:

Cheers *&giggles*

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10 Aug 2007 14:57 #1109382247 by Lucimon
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your "conspirary theory" reminds me of WB's handling of Everwood where no one had a clue if the fourth season will be the last until the last two episodes aired (and still the WB promoted it as the "season finale" instead of "series finale"). The false advertising is typically for channels when they try to tank a show.

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