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Old 01-08-2022, 19:21   #1
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BBC programme shift

Yet again the BBC move programmes from BBC 1 to BBC 2 taking off their programmes . Can not see why they just don't put the show on bbc2 At least then one of the two would be untouched
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Re: BBC programme shift

A little more detail might help, what programme ? when ? why ?
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Old 02-08-2022, 19:05   #3
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Re: BBC programme shift

As an example , commonwealth games on bbc1 pointless moved to bbc 2 disrupting two channels , however if you look at what is happening due this event I am sure you will find more
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Re: BBC programme shift

Sporting events have caused programmes to shift between BBC1 and 2 pretty much since BBC2 has existed. Seems a bit pointless to be complaining about it now.
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Sporting events have caused programmes to shift between BBC1 and 2 pretty much since BBC2 has existed. Seems a bit pointless to be complaining about it now.
I think Itshim has a point, though. One of the programmes my wife likes didnít record on Sunday due to a channel change.

I have no idea why the BBC does this. There must be a better way of organising the schedules on each channel.

Wouldnít it be better, for example, to put the Commonwealth Games on the red button instead of completely disrupting the normal schedules?
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I think Itshim has a point, though. One of the programmes my wife likes didnít record on Sunday due to a channel change.

I have no idea why the BBC does this. There must be a better way of organising the schedules on each channel.

Wouldnít it be better, for example, to put the Commonwealth Games on the red button instead of completely disrupting the normal schedules?
It wouldnít, because doing so wouldnít meet their public service obligation to adequately reflect national interests and cover major events in the life of the nation. Itís not an accident that showpiece events go on BBC1 and stuff that would otherwise be important enough for 1 get bumped to 2. There is a pecking order, and the channelsí names arenít a coincidence.
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Re: BBC programme shift

Well, itís ridiculous. Who cares which channel itís on?

The sooner itís all streamed, the better in my view, we can just choose from the selection of content then.

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Sporting events have caused programmes to shift between BBC1 and 2 pretty much since BBC2 has existed. Seems a bit pointless to be complaining about it now.
Not complaining just thinks it daft

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It wouldnít, because doing so wouldnít meet their public service obligation to adequately reflect national interests and cover major events in the life of the nation. Itís not an accident that showpiece events go on BBC1 and stuff that would otherwise be important enough for 1 get bumped to 2. There is a pecking order, and the channelsí names arenít a coincidence.
Disagree , used to be just BBC then added a second channel BBC 2 don't recall when 1 was added .
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Disagree , used to be just BBC then added a second channel BBC 2 don't recall when 1 was added .
1 was added when BBC2 opened strangely enough.
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1 was added when BBC2 opened strangely enough.
Yep, in 1964.

It changed from '1' to 'One' in 1997.
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Re: BBC programme shift

I get annoyed when adverts are interrupted by the programme.
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1 was added when BBC2 opened strangely enough.
Really don't recall it happening but getting TV with 4 buttons with 3 channels that's another story
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