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Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee 08 November 2018 [Draft] : 08 November 2018 View PDF version
Neil Findlay

I do not watch those types of programme.

Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee 08 November 2018 [Draft] : 08 November 2018 View PDF version
Neil Findlay

—good though “The Singing Kettle” is.

Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee 08 November 2018 [Draft] : 08 November 2018 View PDF version
Neil Findlay

The issue will come down to the quality of what we see and the lessons that are learned from STV2. At times, nobody was watching its programmes, which were repeats of repeats of repeats, to ...

Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee 08 November 2018 [Draft] : 08 November 2018 View PDF version
Neil Findlay

According to our information, there would be one hour a day. If you put the archive and repeated programmes on your online service, would that not free up money f...

Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee 08 November 2018 [Draft] : 08 November 2018 View PDF version
Neil Findlay

Yes; right. So let us go on the basis—

Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee 08 November 2018 [Draft] : 08 November 2018 View PDF version
Neil Findlay

According to the contract—

Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee 08 November 2018 [Draft] : 08 November 2018 View PDF version
Neil Findlay

If the channel broadcasts for five hours a day, and half of the schedule is repeats—

Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee 08 November 2018 [Draft] : 08 November 2018 View PDF version
Neil Findlay

Over the piece, 50 per cent will be archive or repeated programmes. Am I correct in my analysis that, over the longer term, there will be one hour of new producti...

Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee 08 November 2018 [Draft] : 08 November 2018 View PDF version
Neil Findlay

Okay—so two and a half hours a day will be unique new programming, because 50 per cent will be repeats, and an hour of that will be the main news programme. There...

Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee 08 November 2018 [Draft] : 08 November 2018 View PDF version
Neil Findlay

Our information is that 50 per cent of the shows will be repeats or archive programmes. How long will the nine o’ clock news programme run for?

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