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Doctor Who is moonlighting on LBC radio



 
 
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Old April 14th 17, 07:57 PM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
Ian Jackson[_7_]
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Default Doctor Who is moonlighting on LBC radio

Well that's how it appears to be.

At the end of every traffic bulletin on LBC radio, the reader says "For
the latest real time-travel updates, go to the LBC.com website."
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Old April 16th 17, 11:02 AM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
Brian Gaff
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Default Doctor Who is moonlighting on LBC radio

Is this not much the same as TFL in London when you hear at the end of the
travel, information provided by TFL for more up to the minute information
blah blah, use your (app name) to find out. One presumes this is going to
get you lots of points on your licence if you do this while driving though.
Note not LBC it was a BBC station.

I wonder how long it will be before all distractions are banned in the
drivers compartment. No more children, sandwiches, satnavs etc.
Brian

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Well that's how it appears to be.

At the end of every traffic bulletin on LBC radio, the reader says "For
the latest real time-travel updates, go to the LBC.com website."
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Old April 16th 17, 12:33 PM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
Ian Jackson[_7_]
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Default Doctor Who is moonlighting on LBC radio

In message , Brian Gaff
writes
Is this not much the same as TFL in London when you hear at the end of the
travel, information provided by TFL for more up to the minute information
blah blah, use your (app name) to find out. One presumes this is going to
get you lots of points on your licence if you do this while driving though.
Note not LBC it was a BBC station.

I wonder how long it will be before all distractions are banned in the
drivers compartment. No more children, sandwiches, satnavs etc.
Brian

Possibly your reader isn't sensitive to the position of the hyphen in
"real time-travel updates", which is invariably read as "real timetravel
updates". [I wouldn't be surprised if the script doesn't have one.]

BTW, last night's Doctor Who wasn't up to much. All CGI and no story.
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Old April 16th 17, 01:06 PM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
Adrian Caspersz
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Default Doctor Who is moonlighting on LBC radio

On 16/04/17 13:33, Ian Jackson wrote:

Possibly your reader isn't sensitive to the position of the hyphen in
"real time-travel updates", which is invariably read as "real timetravel
updates". [I wouldn't be surprised if the script doesn't have one.]

BTW, last night's Doctor Who wasn't up to much. All CGI and no story.


Having an admiration for Doctor Who and LBC is a bit of an odd one, but
whatever ... ;-)

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Old April 16th 17, 04:32 PM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
Johnny B Good[_2_]
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Default Doctor Who is moonlighting on LBC radio

On Sun, 16 Apr 2017 13:33:03 +0100, Ian Jackson wrote:

In message , Brian Gaff
writes
Is this not much the same as TFL in London when you hear at the end of
the travel, information provided by TFL for more up to the minute
information blah blah, use your (app name) to find out. One presumes
this is going to get you lots of points on your licence if you do this
while driving though.
Note not LBC it was a BBC station.

I wonder how long it will be before all distractions are banned in the
drivers compartment. No more children, sandwiches, satnavs etc.
Brian

Possibly your reader isn't sensitive to the position of the hyphen in
"real time-travel updates", which is invariably read as "real timetravel
updates". [I wouldn't be surprised if the script doesn't have one.]

BTW, last night's Doctor Who wasn't up to much. All CGI and no story.


So... Not just me then?

Mind you, even when there is a plot of some sort, there's not an awful
lot of difference between these two extremes anyway.

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Johnny B Good
 




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