Close Advertising BBC News 311167 – part1 Like About Share 0 views 0% 0 0 How the news used to be … source Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related posts: BBC News Orchestra Countdown 25/12/15 18:00 Maryam Aurangzeb Refuses Daily Mail Scandal – News Headlines 11:00 AM – 15th July 2019 – BOL News BBC Tigrigna News Today ትግርኛ ዜና ቢቢሲ 09 June 10 2020 BBC News Channel / News at Ten – Breakdown – 20/06/2017 From: admin Date: June 18, 2020 Sports BBC celular com câmera compartilhamento gratuito News part1 upload vídeo videofone Related videos 0 0% What does a strongman eat? 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Reply I love the news theme tune what was the name of it Reply what is the title of the song during the programme announcement? Reply 60,000 people at the Everton ground, all on terraces, no seating and the stadium probably dangerously overcrowded. Those were the days. Reply I was 11 then Reply no sex please were british wow robert doughals voice is typical of that time period,the news is basically the same shit we get chucked at us all today,known though intodays terms as "FAKE NEWS" SENSATIONALISM Reply Her us born daughter Olga has many tattoos. Reply i was only hear to hear the voice Reply I bet half of it was bullshit, because nobody could record it and fact check. Just propaganda to scare the people . Reply The quality of the studio lighting on Robert Dougal can be seen to be superb. From my own knowledge in photography, I know that lighting has to be particularly good when limited to black and white… and better yet for relatively low-rez imagery. Reply This couldn't be from November, as the FA Cup 5th round always takes place in the spring … I've checked the date of that Everton – Liverpool tie that was mentioned and it took place on Saturday 11th March 1967 – so that's the date of this bulletin Reply it was Robert dougal who announced the aberfan disaster !! Reply I remember the news starting like this. Only vaguely remember Dougal… main main memory is of Richard Baker. Reply From 1966/67 FA Cup Reply From 1966/67 FA Cup Reply had to have been the 30th of November, 30 days hath September, April, June, and NOVEMBER, all the rest have 31…………… Reply The date is November 31st, 1967. Reply Shame. On you Robert Dougal, it's football not soccer lolo Reply Alright, here's a stinker…anyone know where the theme here came from? Not from the U.K. myself, but this one's long been one of my favorites. Reply The visuals used on news broadcasts back then were slightly better than coloring books. Although, at least coloring books are in color. LOL Reply BBC News read by Robert Dougal. Reply they got there priorities right in those days. football results before politics Reply Concise, factual, and to the point. The BBC could learn a great deal about news coverage from this. Reply I thought having the camera lens 2 inches from the anchor's nose was a recent phenomenon. Obviously not… :)) Reply It is dismaying how little television news survives from as late as the 1970s. I find it bizarre that the broadcasts weren't preserved. It is fascinating to see the few news programme from the 1960s that remain. Some things are different, of course, but many other things have changed little in 50 years. Reply Thanks for this video, I have been struggling to find an example of the B.B.C. News of this period. I grew up watching "Robert Dougall & Charles Wheeler", amongst others, I always felt inclined to take notice of them, more so than the politicians. They were of my parents generation, so sadly now gone, but, not forgotten by me.R.I.P. Robert & Charles, absolute professionals through & through.If you do not mind, I will "Add To" my page. Reply Bolshevik Marxist Jew, British Buggery Corporation propaganda – nothing's changed in 46 years. Reply Football results are far more decisive and clear than politics. No offside rule in politics, although they could all do with a free kick now and then. Reply Yes and it would be good if you could actually WRITE with good punctuation. I see several mistakes with your grammar. Reply there IS a difference between a brogue/burr and a lilt when one speaks, is there not? Reply i love the old way bbc read the news b efore she dumbed herself down. bring back the old style speech, educated english. PLEASE. nowadays, they have people like cilla black reading the fucking news. bad s peech, bad grammar and so on. there isnothing wrongwith a local dialect but it should be spoken with EDUCATED speech. educated grammar. correct pronunciation. Reply Oi Bob ! How did Oldham Ath…. buggar. Reply Oi Bob! How did Oldham Athletic get on? Reply More f*cking repeats!!! :o) Reply Love that football news trumps politics! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.