Listed below are comments made by Sue_Aitch between Tuesday, 27th November 2012 and Monday, 28th January 2013
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Please look again at the links on http://www.bbc.co.uk/aboutthebbc/insidethebbc/whatwedo/redbutton: really, newbies need the links to go to http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/internet/tags/Red_button rather than any other page. Also would it be possible to merge the spellings of Red Button/Red button and UXD/uxd on http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/blogbbcinternet/tags?
I see the archive for Press Red is still not available as a shortcut on http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/internet/tags/Red_button, which is a shame as there is some interesting content from the early days of the service.
Finally, I am sorry that we will be saying goodbye to the Community and Read Hear pages on Red Button Digital Text.
Eponymous, there is a warning triangle and report button that appears in my Firefox browser if I move my cursor beneath a comment, but it disappears once I move the cursor elsewhere.
Would you please be so kind to add a second in the form of to http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/pressred/archives.shtml? This still has useful information.
Please might we have the Postal Addresses for BBC News UK-wide, National and regional on Red Button Digital Text?
Re the tweet from About The BBC 17 January which mentioned 12 pm. Did the team mean noon or midnight?
You may be interested in the correspondence between BBC staff on http://www.bbc.co.uk/ariel/19873617 about the future of BBC HD and 3D.
So glad we have Red Button Digital Text, the only text service on the PSB Standard Definition Multiplexes now. Happy New Year to the Team!
Whilst it is great that the archive of episodes for programmes such as The Media Show and Feedback is available, browsing for particular content is impossible when generic tags such as "Steve Hewlett presents a new topical programme about the fast-changing media world" and "Roger Bolton airs listeners' views on BBC radio programmes and policy" are the only describers used.
Please would you look again at this change?
The Floor Manager simply needed to have som folk keeping the other dancers off the dancefloor til the end credits to give Louis and Flavia their moment with the Glitter Ball before their Last Dance of the night.
Dame Sarah Storey in the New Year honours, surely?
Voting for the weakest to go home? That's far worse than the current system as it would only undergird what Bel Mooney calls "the culture of casual cruelty."
Please might we have the rules for this year's semi-final published tomorrow (Monday 10th) when it ought to be breaking news on It Takes Two?
@ Brekkie. I do think Freeview does need the Radio Channels to make the Freeview DTTRs friendly to visually impaired viewers.
As I understand it, Yellow is for BBC Sport, Red is for BBC News, Blue is for BBC Weather and Pink for BBC iPlayer.
@ Matt. Thank you for your comments.
i would still like to know whether Connected Red Button has accessiblilty features for visually impaired viewers.
Thank you for this: I am boycotting Amazon at the moment so it's good to have the choices.
"The service is presented in a feature rich yet powerfully simple experience that is suitable for just about anyone."
So is there any Text to speech reader or Audio Navigation included in Connected Red Button, or is it destined to be, like Ceefax, not accessible for blind people?
I've heard of all the Paralympianas and watched their events.
@James Aslett. Re 13. The correct postal address for BBC Audience Services according to the www Royal Mail Dot Com's Postcode Finder is
BBC Audience Services
PO Box 1922
and always has been: there are no PO Box addresses in DL3 because the Royal Mail has no Deliverry Office.
This postcode is unique to PO. Box 1922
DL3 0UR is the correct postcode for Capita and four other businesses on Roundhouse Road, that is, it belongs to five Street Addresses and not a Single User.
I notice that the Text on 3 and Text on 4 service is ending on Monday 7th January 2013: I am so grateful that we have Red Button and thank you to the team that produces the Digital Text service.
... with all the content of http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcinternet/red_button/ included as archive?
Many thanks, James. It is very good to have this news.
@1131 Channel 4 explained the categorisations very well this year in the Lexi guides. There are others who have already completed at the non-Paralympic events sch as Natalie du Toit.
@1067 Nicola fully deserves to be on the list. PC has nothing to do with it.
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