Radio Times for the Jubilee weekend - cover and day 1 schedule.
gosh, full multi-channel listings for the full day (from my cursory only glance)
A certain magazine here should learn how to do that.
Many many channels missing but decent roundup of the major ones
I suppose so, I forget that they have heaps of niche multi-channels there not via the major networks. But it really shouldn’t be hard for the magazine here to include full listings for the multi-channels we have here.
The entries also include a lot more info on each program than TV Week makes room for.
There is also a preceding page for each day.
The US “TV Guide” has a two page layout for each day. Each edition covers a 2 week period. Each day is listed twice - for Eastern and Pacific time zones.
There is also another section that has some extra info for each day.
so they only list prime time now? And now it’s essentially a national magazine there are no listings for local channels anymore?
TV listing for next Monday from “Love TV” - seen each Saturday in The Mirror. Each day gets 4 pages in the 56 page magazine.
3 August 2002: Cover date for the first edition of What’s On Weekly, Pacific Magazines’ rival to TV Week which it had just sold its half-share to ACP.
Yeah, and for a while now, at least on the latter part - apparently the last “localised” editions (and subsequently, first “national” versions) of TV Guide were put out in October 2005. You’d notice the 7 Eastern/6 Central hour is just marked as “local programming” for the broadcast networks in that pic.
I wonder what the Foxtel Magazine listings look like in the 2000’s
The UK’s Radio Times is set to streamline its three regional editions for England into a single edition. There are no changes to Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales editions.
The changes to the listings come as regional variations to BBC radio are being cut back and there are now fewer non-news regional variations on television.
This comes some years after the US TV Guide cut out all local listings in favour of a handful of timezone-based editions.
Up on the Sunshine Coast for a few days. Bought the local “Sunshine Coast Daily” and found their TV listing interesting
It lists both Brisbane and Sunshine Coast LCNs but not the related program variations eg. only lists Hot Seat at 4.30
Under “Please note” near the bottom, it lists an advice for Mackay viewers re program variations. That is a TV market that is 850 kms away, and still no changes are shown.
Here is the Gold Coast Bulletin’s attempt to list metro and regional TV variations… one of the better ones I’ve seen other 9 Regional being incorrectly listed as NBN.
I thought 9 regional is NBN on the Gold Coast?
Yes, but on air, it’s not kmown as NBN anymore, its Nine.
But doesn’t it have the little “NBN” addon watermark still?
Only during Hot Seat and only on the Central Coast and Gold Coast.