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  • Kev667
    kev667
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    (Fri night) Sat Dec 18th 0130-0200: Review of the Year 2004
    Tomorrow’s Medicine: Health Correspondent Thomas Moore looks ahead at cutting-edge innovations in the world of medicine.

    0230-0300
    Politics: Sky News’ Political Editor Adam Boulton reviews a year in which rifts appeared in the Labour camp and the race began for the 2005 General Election.

    0330-0400
    Home: Anti-war demonstrations, protests against a fox-hunting ban, and campaigners for father’s rights contributed to a year of a controversy and nationwide divisions.

    0430-0500
    Iraq: Foreign Affairs Editor Tim Marshall examines Iraq’s continuing security crises and the ongoing effort to rebuild the shattered nation in the run-up to January’s election.

    Sat Dec 18th 1330-1400
    Sport: Correspondant Chris Skudder looks back over a year that saw Rooney go red and Great Britain find success at the Olympics, including two golds for Kelly Holmes.

    1430-1500
    Crime: Sky News’ Crime Correspondant Martin Brunt reviews a year in which Anti-Social Behaviour Orders and rising gun crime made national headlines.

    1530-1600
    Weather: Francis Wilson looks back over a year that saw hurricanes and heatwaves cause chaos around the world, while in Britain, floods devasted Boscastle.

    1630-1700
    Showbiz: Sky News Correspondent Matt Smith looks back on a year that saw crisis for the Beckhams, a celebrity baby boom, and Britney and J.Lo take a return trip down the aisle. (who? what? when?)

    Sat Dec 18th 1930-2000
    Foreign: Lisa Holland reviews a year of international upheavals that saw hotly contested election in the US and the Ukraine, tragedy in Madrid and Beslan, and conflict in Iraq.

    2030-2100
    Royals: Sky News’ Royal Correspondent Geoff Meade reviews 12 months of the monarchy that saw controversy over Harry’s exam results and comments from Prince Charles.

    Rptd ad nauseam.

    But worth watching.

    And still no David Chater? :blink:

    Just FYI, there’s prog coming up on Friday called News Review of the Year on BBC1, 17th Dec 1230-1300 as well.

    ta,
    Kev.

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    Skybaby
    Skybaby
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    kevinjs667+Dec 14 2004, 12:31 AM–>(kevinjs667 @ Dec 14 2004, 12:31 AM)
    Rptd ad nauseam.

    I think they took the term ‘overkill’ to new levels last year. I do like YIR programmes, but not when they are practically wall-to-wall until mid January and seem to end up being the same two or three all of the time. I remember I ended up watching News 24 to get some actual current news. Doesn’t look as if it is going to be much better this year, either.

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    They need to fill in the gaps because less people are on staff at Christmas

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    Gillw
    gillw
    Member

    I have often wondered how Sky News make these programmes. Are they put together over the course of the year or do they wait until Nov/Dec time before creating the various programmes.

    Anyone know?

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    Eagleeye
    eagleeye
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    [QUOTE=kevinjs667,Dec 14 2004, 12:31 AM]

    “Iraq: Foreign Affairs Editor Tim Marshall examines Iraq’s continuing security crises and the ongoing effort to rebuild the shattered nation in the run-up to January’s election.

    Rptd ad nauseam.

    But worth watching.

    And still no David Chater? :blink: “….

    He’s been Timbo-ed !!!!
    (hey, I got distracted by someone for 10 minutes and then clicked to post, so hope the quote box isn’t empty of Kev’s post…)

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