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... or rather after the Doctor re-wrote theis history!
Red Button HD finished when the Doctor was busy re-writing his people's history http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/blogaboutthebbc/posts/Taking-the-Doctor-to-the-next-dimension?postid=117985199#comment_117985199
On 301 and 302 for the Winter Olympic streams, the red and blue buttons seem to be timing out alright now.
Also at Matt: please would the Red Button Team look at the Sports Headlines pages on the Digital Terrestrial Television Radio Pages: frquently the body text is not there, but, for example, @P2 or another page number is.
It does seem a pity there is no Postal Address on Red Button for those without internet access to be able to contact the Red Button Team, since Ceefax used to publish the contact details of the then Letters Editor when the service was being managed at TVC on Wood Lane.
The Latest What's On the Red Button appeared on the Internet Blog after all.
Is the change of address happening for the first of the February 2014 editions, perchance?
Please might http://www.bbc.co.uk/aboutthebbc/insidethebbc/whatwedo/aroundtheuk/london.html be updated soon with the changes to the London portfolio?
@ Think Tank. Not everyone who watches the Red Button offerings or who reads Red Button Digital Text posts here: many viewers have no internet access in the home, for instance.
According to the responses on Open Post of January 2014, the What's On the Red Button information is on the move to the About The BBC Blog for the 25 January - 31 January edition onwards.
Thank you, Jon Jacob.
In the meantime, I hope someone is managing the cancellation of those scores of London PO Boxes serving the old TVC, White City, Broadcast Centre and Media Centre and Woodlands in W12 2, W12 6, W12 7 and W12 0, Bush House in WC2B, Yalding House and Marylebone High Street in W1A.
Please would the Red Button Team revise all the content of the Travel Disclaimer on Page 430? TfL for exapmple, uses 0343 instead of 020 7 as its telephone code, and National Rail has a shortcode for Mobile phone users.
I like the new look: both The Mailbox and White City worked, but BH looks to have more folk around of an evening.
Regarding viewers' interactions: not all viewers of The One Show have access to the internet so https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b007tcw7/contact is not available to them.
Please might the The One Show publish its Postal Address during the show?
Thank you for the answers to Nathan's questions.
Please would it be possible for the Red Button Team to look back through the archive of staff blogs and viewers' comments on both http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/internet/tags/Red_button and http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/pressred/inside-bbc-red-button/ to see if there is anything that ought to be refreshed and posted to the new About The BBC Incarnation of blogs from the Red Button Team, as those new to the Internet and BBC Blogs might not know all that is available on the Red Button, for instance the hidden Test Card page on Logical Channel Number 200 on Freeview SD
Would it be possible to have an update on http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/pressred/2009/05/pagenumberlist.shtml this year? There have been a lot of changes since DSO completed in BBC Wales Cymru, not least of which is that the younger CBBC Audiences in that Nation will not be able to remember there being such a service as Ceefax on their screens.
Please would you update http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/pressred/assets/bbcredbuttonpagenumberlist.txt?
@ Peter Salmon
Thank you: that's good to know.
Will the Winter Paralympics of March 2014 be covered on BBC Radio 5 Live and on its Sports Extra sibling?
Alix, thank you for your replies.
I was just wondering if the Textphone for the BBC Reception Advice Service is still the one it used to share with BBC Audience Services, that is 03700 100 212 as mentioned on Red Button Digital Text page 9990's Contact Us subpage?
This is an entertainment show where judges give their opinions on the dances and the public vote for their favourites to stay in the competition.
I voted for Hannah Cockcroft for SPOTY and Andy Murray won: I am not dissatisfied with the result of SPOTY, though, because all the Top 10 on the shortlist deseved their place.
The BBC casts SCD: if viewers had picked up the phone or used their internet votes for him, Tony Jacklin wouldn't've been the first to leave.
Are the DOGs on CBBC HD and CBeebies HD as bright as their SD simulcast versions, by the by?
We will have to agree to disagree: what you call 'brainlessly' I call 'courteously, bearing in mind obsolescent and obsolete are not the same.'
And I am another not at all keen on channel idents being kept on screen during dramas: the BBC Three logo on SD becomes particularly distracting during close-ups.
I watch quite a few 4:3 programmes in their orginal aspect ratio format 4:3 so I don't see border areas either side as I would on a 16:9. Similarly I watch 16:9 formatted programmes in letterbox so I do get top and bottom borders, but I know of some viewers who watch with their CRT's Digital Converter Box set to the Centre Cutout because they need the ticker to appear in a larger font size due to their less than 20/20 vision.
Of my immediste family, two of us have a 4:3 CRT as our only set. Everyone's mileage varies.
@ Nick Taylor, have you tried the Coverage Checker on digitaluk.co.uk? It could be you are in the number of those who must wait until 2014 before the Mulitiplex that has Cbeebies HD, BBC Four HD, BBC News HD and a non-BBC Channel is available for your set-up to receive.
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.
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