Category: The Day Today
Robin Cock – A Not The Nine O’Clock News For The Nineties
This runs the risk of turning into a Simon London’s appreciation piece appreciation piece. It’s fair to say he was an early written champion of The Day Today. On the Saturday before the first episode was broadcast (15th January 1994), he wrote this column. The following week, on the 22nd January, he marked the show […]
The Day Today Listings
There’s something lovely about the BBC Genome project, which is archiving all of the Radio Times listings throughout the run of the magazine. It’s not as fun as getting your hands on an old copy of the actual magazine, but it’s nice enough. While most of the listings are dry, some, like The Young Ones […]
Here’s some more of Alan, ready for Friday’s new series, this time taking us through some brilliant rugby moments. And here’s the first of the mini-news packages that trailed the main show. Are there any other shows that had their own specially made trailers, ie, using content not shown in the show, like this other […]
It’s Alright. It’s Okay. It’s Fine.
Is it weird that I often think of this bit from The Day Today in times of crisis, and it somehow weirdly calms me down?
Chris Morris Wins Some Awards