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  • #1171357
    AvatarDeez
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    Black the rippers fire in the booth again.. so sick

    #1162760
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    Makes it at least worth paying my license fee (and also that not only sounds crisp but the video is 480/25 fps). Good to see the younger lot working for Auntie still representing, especially after Radio 2 played out 2 shows on top of each other for 15 mins!

    #1250261
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    Makes it at least worth paying my license fee (and also that not only sounds crisp but the video is 480/25 fps). Good to see the younger lot working for Auntie still representing, especially after Radio 2 played out 2 shows on top of each other for 15 mins!

    #1171358
    AvatarDeez
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    @General Lighting 521975 wrote:

    Makes it at least worth paying my license fee (and also that not only sounds crisp but the video is 480/25 fps). Good to see the younger lot working for Auntie still representing, especially after Radio 2 played out 2 shows on top of each other for 15 mins!

    Who was this in reply to? Sorry a bit intoxicated.

    #1162761
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    @DeezNuts 521994 wrote:

    Who was this in reply to? Sorry a bit intoxicated.

    Your post with the video from 1xtra. “Auntie” is a term that (older?) people use for the BBC (and sometimes the national broadcaster in other English speaking countries that were once part of the British Empire) as such a public broadcaster is supposed to uphold certain standards.

    I could tell it was a BBC studio straight away because as well as the obvious mic flags there was other subtle things like the doors being full of health and safety/warning notices everywhere and a impressive Gorgy Timing LED clock on the wall 😉 (Good accurate clocks are important in broadcasting).

    #1250272
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    @DeezNuts 521994 wrote:

    Who was this in reply to? Sorry a bit intoxicated.

    Your post with the video from 1xtra. “Auntie” is a term that (older?) people use for the BBC (and sometimes the national broadcaster in other English speaking countries that were once part of the British Empire) as such a public broadcaster is supposed to uphold certain standards.

    I could tell it was a BBC studio straight away because as well as the obvious mic flags there was other subtle things like the doors being full of health and safety/warning notices everywhere and a impressive Gorgy Timing LED clock on the wall 😉 (Good accurate clocks are important in broadcasting).

    #1171360
    AvatarDeez
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    @General Lighting 522022 wrote:

    Your post with the video from 1xtra. “Auntie” is a term that (older?) people use for the BBC (and sometimes the national broadcaster in other English speaking countries that were once part of the British Empire) as such a public broadcaster is supposed to uphold certain standards.

    I could tell it was a BBC studio straight away because as well as the obvious mic flags there was other subtle things like the doors being full of health and safety/warning notices everywhere and a impressive Gorgy Timing LED clock on the wall 😉 (Good accurate clocks are important in broadcasting).

    Ahh right yeah I’ve heard people call it Auntie Beeb for some reason, don’t quite understand it but heyho 😛

    #1162762
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    The original image of the BBC was like a middle aged aunt of the mid 20th century with somewhat more conservative social morals than commercial broadcasters, especially for childrens and youth programming (this was one and the same until the 1980s!)

    it was also not uncommon even in the 70s/80s to refer to any older person as “uncle” or “auntie” whether or not they were blood relatives and thus older presenters of childrens programmes were also called Auntie or Uncle. This took a bit of a knock in recent times because of a certain “Uncle Jimmy”..

    #1250283
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    The original image of the BBC was like a middle aged aunt of the mid 20th century with somewhat more conservative social morals than commercial broadcasters, especially for childrens and youth programming (this was one and the same until the 1980s!)

    it was also not uncommon even in the 70s/80s to refer to any older person as “uncle” or “auntie” whether or not they were blood relatives and thus older presenters of childrens programmes were also called Auntie or Uncle. This took a bit of a knock in recent times because of a certain “Uncle Jimmy”..

    #1170754
    AvatarMR207
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    These guys are amazing!

    #1171362
    AvatarDeez
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bpS-cOBK6Q

    Such an awesome song to walk to lol

    #1171364
    AvatarDeez
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tsQsq18Cm4

    Highly reccomend you listen to this.. fucking sexiest song ever..

    “The only thing I know for sure is what I wanna do.. again and again, again and again.. I wanna make it, I wanna make it wit chuu!”

    #1169630
    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
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    Jon champion and Jim beglin talking smack about my goalkeeper on pes13 Kossi Agassa is a bad man…..

    #1170967
    Avatarpyross.
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    #1171366
    AvatarDeez
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_sLTwJGA5s

    As reccomended by barrettone

    #1165436
    Avatarcheeseweasel
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    #1280857
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    #1171367
    AvatarDeez
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VyfazvK1mUw

    Song just describes me really 😉

    #1167929
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    #1170756
    AvatarMR207
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    #1170969
    Avatarpyross.
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    #1167931
    Avatarwickle
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    #1162682
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    AvatarAnonymous
    #1171369
    AvatarDeez
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