Five, Scrap \'Film Look\' On Neighbours

Miles Mahoney
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During the last twenty years, I have been a huge fan of \'Neighbours\'. I was initially concerned about the move to five, however, I have been very impressed with the promotion of the show since the switch over and all the additional showings, a commitment to the show which the BBC, in my opinion, has been lacking for years. Well done five. I, like many millions of fans have followed \'Neighbours\' to five from BBC1. However, as a long term, huge fan of Neighbours\', I am very disappointed that five are choosing to show \'Neighbours\' with a \'film effect\'. It is too much of a coincidence that it has suddenly changed with the channel switch. Part of \'Neighbours\' appeal with the BBC visual presentation was the sunny, bright colours, the \'life like\' feel and the intimacy that SD interlaced video provided. I do not want to see \'Neighbours\' with the \'Casualty\', \'Holby City\' and \'Home and Away\' effect. Please five, will you return to showing Neighbours without the \'film effect\'

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