From Wednesday for a month, BBC One viewers (in the Midlands only) will be spared the odd BBC and switchover trailer at 8pm to have a BBC THREE style news update.
These will be two 60 seconds versions, one with regional news only, one with local and national news, and a 90 second version of the latter.
If you see Kaplinsky and Suzanne Virdee on BBC One at 8pm, let us know what you think of the service?
Or were you better off with BBC self-promotion and digital switchover brainwashing?
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