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Beth Rigby
Can someone please tell this woman to put the 'g' on words ending in 'ing'? It is so annoying to hear her saying then as if they end in 'in'!!!
Sadie   4:18pm Mon 20 Jun Report Abuse

CBS news on sky News
i agree with the last comment by pictor. were is the CBS news gone from the 12.30am slot sick of bloody boring repeats all the time. so when i swich over it watch it it not on why?
Mainhead   12:58am Wed 20 Feb Report Abuse

Toooooooooooooo much
Does Sky News realise that the USA is not the only country on this planet! As tragic as the events are in the US, i dont think they deserve almost blanket coverage, there are other things happening and a lot nearer to home too. Get a grip!!
dismayed   5:28pm Thu 1 Nov Report Abuse

CBS News on Sky News
TVGuide always shows CBS news listed at 12.30-1am, yet it's not always on - never any explanation by Sky News and they obviously don't keep TVGuide updated on the days they don't show it! Waste of time watching the clock and switching over to watch it when it isn't on. I like CBS News - makes a change from the often repeated UK news stories, and gives an insight into what is happening in the US. The same thing happens on BBC News channel - lists ABC news,yet some nights it isn't shown - often replaced by something that is a repeat! Working pretty late it's nice to have a news channel on for company ..something that doesn't need constant attention, yet can be very interesting. I'd just like the listings to be up to date on nights these two channels do not show the half hour of US news.
Pictor   12:54am Sat 25 Sep Report Abuse

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