Pre-Budget Report

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markyboy26
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Post by markyboy26 » Fri Dec 08, 2006 8:38 am

Was it just me, or do others think that today's edition of sky news from 11-2 (so far) was well done? It was good to see Martin Stanford back on where he should be in front of the newswall that only he can bring to life. Adam Boulton seems quite at home in the studio. Please can we have Martin back on the Mornings. I would like the following schedule;



6am - 9am Lorna and Allan

9am - 12pm Martin and Anna

12pm - 2pm Kay

2pm - 5pm Julie and Allan

5pm - 8pm As now

8pm - 10pm Colin/Steve

10pm - 12pm Colin/Steve and Gillian

del
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Post by del » Fri Dec 08, 2006 8:39 am

I don't like the spinning wheel graphics...look rather tacky.



Still, least it's not Martin Stanford and the "Jim'll fix it Jacket" as seen in the 2004 budget....

Lone
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Post by Lone » Fri Dec 08, 2006 8:49 am

OperaGhost wrote:I don't like the spinning wheel graphics...look rather tacky.



Still, least it's not Martin Stanford and the "Jim'll fix it Jacket" as seen in the 2004 budget....





I saw when Colin (is that his name?) was presenting the budget with the spinning wheel, I felt as though it was designed for viewers who were mentally retarded, hence I couldn't bare to watch.

vicky23
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Post by vicky23 » Fri Dec 08, 2006 8:53 am

Lone wrote:(post=17502:date=Dec 6 2006, 03:21 PM:name=OperaGhost)(OperaGhost @ Dec 6 2006, 03:21 PM) 17502

I don't like the spinning wheel graphics...look rather tacky.



Still, least it's not Martin Stanford and the "Jim'll fix it Jacket" as seen in the 2004 budget....





I saw when Colin (is that his name?) was presenting the budget with the spinning wheel, I felt as though it was designed for viewers who were mentally retarded, hence I couldn't bare to watch.



I agree, it soooooo was. Plus i didnt need to hear there was going to be an extra 1p on my petrol tomorrow morning

Lone
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Post by Lone » Fri Dec 08, 2006 11:55 am

vicky23 wrote:I agree, it soooooo was. Plus i didnt need to hear there was going to be an extra 1p on my petrol tomorrow morning







Precisely, as if us motorists don't cough up huge taxes as it is

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