Your IP: 54.224.150.24 United States Near: United States

Lookup IP Information

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Next

Below is the list of all allocated IP address in 20.75.0.0 - 20.75.255.255 network range, sorted by latency.

BBC Pacific Quay studios at the River Clyde BBC Pacific Quay is BBC Scotland's television and radio studio complex at Pacific Quay, Glasgow, Scotland. Opened by Prime Minister Gordon Brown in August 2007, the studios are home to BBC Scotland's television, radio and online services and the headquarters of the BBC in Scotland. The studios are located adjacent to the Glasgow Science Centre, across the river from the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre and next door to the studios of commercial broadcaster STV. The new building is one of the most modern, state of the art, digital broadcasting facilities in the world, complete with the BBC's first HD-capable newsroom. The studio also houses 6 radio studios used for BBC Radio Scotland , BBC Radio nan Gàidheal and other radio stations. Contents 1 The building 2 Studio Programming 2.1 Future Programming 3 References // The building The £72m project on the River Clyde in Glasgow was designed by David Chipperfield Architects but Keppie Architects took control in late 2004. It is home to the biggest TV recording space to be built in Scotland and has an area of 782 sq m (8417 sq ft) with a new retractable bleacher seating for 320 audience members, although the studio can sit a maximum audience of 338 people. Studio A, which is home to many prime time entertainment shows, is the UK's largest television studio outside of London. Studio Programming Programming Studio Starring Station Jet Set 2012 A Eamon Holmes BBC One A Question of Genius A Kirsty Wark BBC Two The Review Show A Kirsty Wark BBC Two The Kids Are All Right A John Barrowman BBC One Hole in the Wall A Anton du Beke (Host) and Joe Swash and Austin Healy Team Captains BBC One BBC HD The Old Guys A Jane Asher, Roger Lloyd-Pack and Clive Swift BBC One This Time Tomorrow A Tess Daly BBC One Children in Need A Jackie Bird, Des Clarke & Nicky Campbell BBC One Scotland Hogmanay Live A Jackie Bird BBC One Scotland Postcode Challenge A Carol Smillie (2007-2008), Angus Purden (2010-) STV Carrie and David's Popshop A Carrie Grant and David Grant CBeebies Eggheads A Dermot Murnaghan & Jeremy Vine BBC Two Dè a-nis? B Sarah Cruickshank, Calum MacAulay & Eilidh MacLennan BBC Alba / BBC Two Scotland The Culture Show B Lauren Laverne & Mark Kermode BBC Two Barail Bhoireannach B Cathy MacDonald STV Sportscene B Dougie Donnelly, Stuart Cosgrove & Richard Gordon BBC One Scotland / BBC Two Scotland Reporting Scotland C Jackie Bird & Sally Magnusson BBC One Scotland Newsnight Scotland C Gordon Brewer, Glenn Campbell & Sally Magnusson BBC Two Scotland Sportscene Results C David Currie & Jonathan Sutherland BBC One Scotland / BBC Two Scotland The Politics Show Scotland C Glenn Campbell BBC One Scotland The Weakest Link A Anne Robinson BBC One An Là C Derek Murray BBC Alba Future Programming As part of the BBC's national output plans, the main office of the Question Time programme will move to BBC Scotland, the peripatetic nature of the programme will continue.[1] Other shows to be relocated to the studios include Newsnight Review.[2] References ^ http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2009/mar/24/newsnight-review-revamp ^ http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/7672535.stm v • d • e The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Services Television (station list) · Radio (station list) · BBC Online  · BBC Red Button (Ceefax) Management BBC Trust  · Sir Michael Lyons (Chair) · Mark Thompson (Director-General) · Mark Byford (Deputy Director-General) Departments Television  · Radio  · News  · Sport  · Weather  · Children's (CBeebies · CBBC)  · BBC Switch  · Natural History · Monitoring  · BBC Films  · BBC Archives · BBC Academy Nations and regions English Regions (East · East Midlands · London · North East and Cumbria · North West · South · South East · South West · West · West Midlands · Yorkshire · Yorkshire and Lincolnshire) · Scotland (Alba) · Wales · Northern Ireland Commercial subsidiaries BBC Worldwide  · BBC Studios and Post Production History Timeline · British Broadcasting Company · Logo of the BBC · Coat of Arms · Board of Governors · BBC controversies Key properties Broadcasting House London · Bush House London · Television Centre London · White City London · Media Village London · BBC Birmingham · Drama Village Birmingham · Pacific Quay Glasgow · Broadcasting House Cardiff  · Drama Village Cardiff Bay · MediaCityUK Manchester · Maida Vale Studios Finance Television licence (history) Projects Dirac · The Box · backstage.bbc.co.uk · Domesday  · YouView  · Freesat (channel list) Category · Portal v • d • e BBC Television UK channels BBC One (in Northern Ireland • Scotland • Wales) · BBC Two (in Northern Ireland • Scotland • Wales) · BBC Three · BBC Four · BBC News · BBC Parliament · CBBC Channel · CBeebies · BBC HD Joint ventures and international channels BBC Alba · BBC America · BBC Arabic Television · BBC Canada · BBC Entertainment · BBC HD (International) · BBC Kids · BBC Knowledge (International) · BBC Lifestyle · BBC Persian Television · BBC World News · Animal Planet · Community Channel · People+Arts · UKTV (UK and Ireland) · UKTV (Australia and New Zealand) Defunct channels BBC Knowledge (UK) · BBC Choice (in Northern Ireland) · BBC Food · BBC World Service Television · BBC TV Europe · BBC Japan · BBC Select · BBC Prime Coordinates: 55°51′29″N 4°17′27″W / 55.858025°N 4.290924°W / 55.858025; -4.290924