FROM THE ARCHIVE OF: The TV Room
The 2.55am BBC World junction and a report on a bomb explosion at the front of BBC Television Centre.
[00:00:00] PROGRAMME: the full closing credits from an edition of Europe Direct.
[00:00:21] PROGRAMME PROMOTION: for USA Direct.
The programme airs next weekend on BBC World.
[00:00:31] PROGRAMME PROMOTION: a preview of programming coming up in March on BBC World.
- Science World Season;
- Top Gear.
[00:01:01] PROGRAMME PROMOTION: for BBC News.
The programme follows the commercial break, on BBC World.
[00:01:09] BREAK BUMPER: one of the standard BBC World break bumpers.
[00:01:12] BREAK FILLER: an automated text-based service, shown on the clean feed of the channel, at a point when various countries will see advertisements.
The filler comprises a summary of the latest news stories and details of some key events coming up in the next week in the world of business.
[00:02:14] BREAK BUMPER: one of the standard BBC World break bumpers.
[00:02:16] PROGRAMME PROMOTION: for the Science World Season:
- Horizon: Ice Mummies;
- Privacy: The Net Effect;
- Rough Science.
Programmes air throughout March on BBC World.
[00:02:46] PROGRAMME PROMOTION: for Correspondent.
The programme airs in 30 minutes on BBC World.
[00:03:16] COUNTDOWN: BBC World’s standard 10-second countdown.
[00:03:28] IDENT: one of the standard BBC World idents is used to link into the 3am news programme.
[00:03:43] PROGRAMME: normal live news programming from BBC Television Centre resumed at 3am, with presenter Adrian Finighan back in the BBC World news studio. TVC had been evacuated due to a security alert at the front of the building.
The lead story was the bomb explosion outside BBC Television Centre.
Our clip includes a report on the incident at BBC Television Centre by Jane Bennett-Powell.
News editor, Laurie Margolis, provided his eye-witness account of the bomb explosion.
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PICTURED: Adrian Finighan presenting BBC World News. COPYRIGHT: BBC.