Trailers on BBC Three.
A different trailer.
All UK BBC channels use end credit promotions to highlight forthcoming programmes on both television and radio.
A second style of ECP.
In the Autumn of 2008, the BBC revised the style of the end credit promotions.
'Now, Next and Later' on BBC Three.
'Now, Next and Later' on BBC Three - alternative style.
'Now, Next and Later' on BBC Three - a further alternative style.
'Born on Three' - a promotional trailer celebrating programmes commissioned for BBC Three.
Towards the end of 2009, BBC THREE aired a selection of promotional trailers featuring the programming from the year under the banner 'Never Afraid to Try New Stuff'. The first of these trailers is for entertainment programming.
The second trailer is for factual programming.
Viewer-involved continuity is a part of the new BBC Three. Here, a group welcomes us to the channel.
It is also used to introduce programmes - either as a straightforward link or as a person's view of the programme.
There is also retro return to the use of in-vision announcing - the woman here namechecks herself as Jose.
A static slide - first used before 'Lily Allen and Friends' with the voice-over warning of strong language.
On 2th November 2009, high winds blew over an uplink satellite dish during a live sports broadcast causing a major break in transmission. This is the animation shown during that break.