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# 78664 5-Mar-2011 18:19
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Does anyone know what happened to the Doco Channel? Has it gone somewhere else?

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  # 445832 5-Mar-2011 18:26
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Changed to BBC knowledge

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  # 445837 5-Mar-2011 18:56
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Looks like Look hasn't been doing much looking over the past two moths considering it has been in the media and I think discussed in GZ..




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  # 445848 5-Mar-2011 19:43
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Perhaps rather than being a sarcastic contributor who can't spell, Old3Eyes could point to where there has been Media or GZ interest in the vanishing Doco Channel.

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  # 445859 5-Mar-2011 20:53
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Look: Perhaps rather than being a sarcastic contributor who can't spell, Old3Eyes could point to where there has been Media or GZ interest in the vanishing Doco Channel.
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They've been pushing it heavily in advertising on Sky channels for a while too.

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  # 445916 6-Mar-2011 08:56
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We watch a lot of docos and did not notice advertising of the change. Then again we channel surf while there are adverts. Don't buy newspapers, and the radio station we listen to don't advertise Sky. I think we got a flyer with our account. Can understand how some (or many) did not know.




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  # 445921 6-Mar-2011 09:26
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Look: Perhaps rather than being a sarcastic contributor who can't spell, Old3Eyes could point to where there has been Media or GZ interest in the vanishing Doco Channel.


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  # 446056 6-Mar-2011 18:04
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It's pretty much still there, re-branded as BBC Knowledge.

Same format, same programme line up, same irritatingly high level of ad-breaks.

Only changes are a new name and a larger & more irritating logo smeared across the screen (not even tucked away in the corner, more towards the centre)



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