Yep, there's a hidden testcard buried behind the hidden engineering page on the BBCi service on Freeview...
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It was June 2004 when the BBC's move of several departments from London to the north west was first announced. The department I worked for (and still work for) was one of those highlighted.
Well the secret is out. Well right now as I type, it's not hugely out because the website hasn't been out for very long. But anyway, the Freesat website is now live, so you can find out all about it, and why you'd want it. Or not want it. Or something.
If you've ever wondered quite what a Senior Development Producer working on interactive TV products gets up to for a living, now is time to find out. And if you've never wondered, now is the time to find out. Below is how one day panned out.
In the early hours of Wednesday 14 November, an entire town lost something no one else has lost. Teletext and Ceefax.
The last few days at work have been a bit frantic, as I've been busy rushing around trying to get up to speed with a great big huge monster of a project, whilst at the same time trying to ease the handover of another great big huge monster of a project onto someone else.
CBBC extra goes bright green, and cable-land gets a radio service
The end of last week saw the launch of yet another raft of BBCi changes that I've been involved with. In fact it was a huge, chunky, bit-of-a-nightmare of a release, with most of the changes being behind the scenes so you'd never even notice, which isn't really the most encouraging thing in the world!
If you live in Wales or Nothern Ireland and have been wondering why the page number for the 24 Hour weather forecast for those areas didn't work on Freeview, I can now tell you. It was because of a copy and paste error made when we relaunched the Weather service recently.
The BBC's 2007/2008 Statements of Programme Policy were published last week