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The 10pm BBC One Northern Ireland junction.
[00:00:00] PROGRAMME: the final seconds of tonight’s Euro 2000 programme.
[00:00:25] GRAPHIC: a short promo – voiced live by the continuity announcer – for the Match of the Day Guide to Euro 2000.
[00:00:36] PROGRAMME PROMOTION: for Wimbledon coverage.
Pat Cash features heavily in the trail.
Live coverage starts Monday – only on the BBC.
[00:01:06] PROGRAMME PROMOTION: for Jim Davidson Presents.
The first in a new six-part entertainment series hosted by Jim Davidson at the Cambridge Theatre in London. Featuring music from the Corrs, Five and Samantha Mumba and comedy from Bob Monkhouse, Dave Lee and Ed Byrne.
The show airs at 10pm on Friday on BBC One Northern Ireland.
[00:01:37] PROGRAMME PROMOTION: for a special edition of Panorama – England’s Shame.
Gavin Hewitt reports in half-an-hour on BBC One.
[00:02:17] CLOCK: a longer-than-usual look at the BBC One clock, ahead of the news – a whole 16 seconds (5 seconds was the norm).
We’re told the news is coming from the BBC’s Westminster studio tonight, due to power supply issues in west London.
[00:02:34] PROGRAMME: the opening headlines and titles. The programme is presented from the BBC’s Westminster studio by Michael Buerk.
We hear the full link for the lead story before we jump forward to a brief segment describing how a major power cut in west London has disrupted BBC TV and radio services this evening.
The brief picture disturbance at [00:02:39] is the result of the BBC Northern Ireland continuity desk being taken out of circuit.
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PICTURED: BBC News with Michael Buerk. COPYRIGHT: BBC.