Talk:Click (TV programme)
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Stephen isn't a BBC World newsreader anymore, although he does occasionally appear on BBC News 24 (the UK news channel).
This site (www.wikipedia.org) was once mentioned on Kate Russell's segment of Web Scape.
The Crew behind the scenes
Lighting Cameraman. Mike Connelly. Film Editor. Simon Peacock. Series Editor. Richard Taylor. Producers. Chris Long. Dan Simmons. Talia Franco. Marc Cieslak. Spencer Kelly. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 00:30, 4 August 2009 (UTC)
Online availability: more issues!
I have had to edit the online section here for obvious reasons I shall explain... Since sometime in early 2011 they (rather ironically for a programme about the merits of online technology, et al) do NOT show the full 30 minute edition now until sometime on Tuesday/Wednesday of the following week after initial first broadcast on the Saturday before. This full edition seems to be listed on iPlayer as "Broadcast: BBC World Service, 1:32AM Wed" with "First broadcast BBC World Service, 10:32AM Tue" or similar? While iPlayer (and Click website page) lists the 15 minute version under the "BBC News" banner and make that edition available very early on the Saturday of first broadcast. Whoever made that policy should be fired; why on earth would we want the 15 minute version online, rather than the full 30 minute one? Utterly confusing and highly annoying for UK viewers trying to follow editions of the show, thanks Beeb! Jimthing (talk) 01:16, 28 March 2011 (UTC)
- This is now largely resolved, as per my resent edit. Though some deficiencies in the recent past episodes archive are ongoing possible fixes (apparently ;-). Jimthing (talk) 05:28, 12 April 2011 (UTC)
Since BBC iPlayer troubles with the UK edition of the tv programme they brought out an edition at 0130(UK Time) on Saturdays so they could guarantee with some degree of certainty that it would be available on BBC iPlayer even if breaking news prevented them showing it late Saturday morning. This was reported on the UK edition of the show at the time. Will1701 (talk) 16:11, 13 January 2013 (UTC)
New BBC Two airing
I corrected the previous edit for the programme's listings for this as the BBC Two airing starts tomorrow (14-Jan-2013) at 1035 (in tv listings & the EPG) not 1030 as mentioned on the programme or by the previous editor of the page. the programme is approximately 22 minutes in length on all full-length editions (allowing for BBC World News' commercial break). Usually, on the BBC News channel (excluding BBC Breakfast), it starts after a short news summary and afterwards has approximately a 4 minute weather forecast, a programme trailer or two and about 20-30 second countdown to the top of the hour. Will1701 (talk) 16:32, 13 January 2013 (UTC)