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Oh, and please, Alix, is there a Textphone for http://www.bbc.co.uk/reception/about_us/ ?
Afterthought: I do not have a problem with not being able to see all of a station ident on screen , however, as I would prefer to be able to watch Doctor Who repeats on BBC Three SD without the bubblegum pink THREE altogether.
I would have thought it polite of the BBC to keep on using 4:3 graphics as the advertising for Digital Converter Boxes in the last decade promised all viewers that they did not have to change their TV Sets. See http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-20957218 for those who eleven months ago were not viewing in colour.
Thank you for the news being published on Red Button Digital Pages 998 and 501.
Please, Alex, may we have the 2013/14 versions of the Page number lists updated from http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/pressred/2009/05/pagenumberlist.shtml and an update on http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/pressred/2009/05/assigningpagenumbers.shtml under http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/internet/tags/Red_Button before too long?
It would be good to have a new page number assigned to temporary News Extras such as the Mandela pages to find these quickly now since In Depth Ceefax-linked page service was discontinued in the changes to Red Button.
Well done PatAnya: glad you're through to the semi finals and here's hoping you'll avoid the Dance-Off next Saturday.
I'll be voting Hannah Cockcroft.
Please would you spruce up Red Button pages 570, 571 and 9990 for CBBC and BBC Red Button readers with or without internet access in the home?
I miss the analogue text Advent Calendar!
Thank you for this as well. Might there be a shorter version of announcement on BBC Red Button Digital TV Text 9990 and/or all the Radio Station's Red Button Text Stations?
It is well worth looking at the current text of the other RB Page 9990 and Radio Station content whilst there to ensure all is calm and bright this Advent!
Please would the team be so kind as to both rewrite Text Page 9990's Page Numbers page's contents and move it on the menu to befor page 998 Highlights?
Please might the FAQs on http://www.bbc.co.uk/faqs/red_button_streams and the information on http://www.bbc.co.uk/aboutthebbc/insidethebbc/whatwedo/redbutton_faq/ have a makeover when Red Button page 998 is revised?
@8. http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/aboutthebbc/posts/Taking-the-Doctor-to-the-next-dimension has 6pm for the Test Card.
Please might Red Button 9990 also be amended to explain the Blue Index button' s function?
Channel 977 is on the Sky EPG now.
If you look at the EPG for the Saturday - and Sunday if you are aiming for the repeat - you may find when the Test Card is being showm.
PS As the BBC Three repeat of The Day of The Doctor on Sunday is being accompanied by the 3D version simulcast, there is hope if Sky 977 does not boot up in time for Saturday, but I expect the EPG for Sky Viewers will soon Save The Day, to borrow the catchphrase.
For EmmaJB85, the page i mentioned in my earlier post does give the Help contacts for Freesat, Sky and Virgin.
I'll be enjoying the show live on 2D in Stereo Sound on my CRT via Freeview LCN 1 and have the thrill of watching the recording again another time with the Audio Description track on.
... and have you remembered to cancel all those PO Boxes for Single User Postcodes across London listed on the doogal website that served the BBC before the moves of the last few years?
Please might we have the Helps on Red Button Pages 9990 revised and expanded to include more About The BBC content for those users who can not access BBC Online?
@2 But it is is being shown on Red Button HD: see http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/doctorwho/articles/See-the-Doctor-in-a-New-Dimension-Our-3D-Viewing-Guide
@1 I am sure the Doctor Who site will publish any update concerning Sky and the 50th in 3D when there is some news to report.
@5 All I was intending to do was answer the conceit that going without makeup was a heroical act.
My giving to charities, CiN among them, is unaffected by my dissent from some of the fundraising ideas.
Much as I support Children in Need, I bristle at the Tweet posted by Pudsey's friends on 7 November: "Happy #BearFaced Day! Don't forget to post your pics for our gallery using #BearFaced! Can't wait to see all your gorgeous faces! #BeAHero"
For those of us who never wear makeup, there'e no heroics involved, honest.
Once again, I am pleading with the Red Button Team for a new version of the Red Button Number Lists for those platforms which support page numbers: see http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/pressred/2009/05/pagenumberlist.shtml in the archive for the numbers as they were over four-and-a-half years ago and compare with the heady days of thirty years ago when a TV could have an alarm set http://teletext.mb21.co.uk/gallery/ceefax/evening/19831003/index.shtml
I thank you.
Oh, the Maths works: Rachel may well have a flip-chart and pens on ITT tonight (Monday 4th) to explain it. In the event of a tie, the public votes count more than those of the judges
Please would the team be so kind as to produce a brand new November 2013 edition of the lists Andrew Bowden put together in 2009? http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/pressred/2009/05/pagenumberlist.shtml
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