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Bumper: On a blue or black background or simply the still image of a BBC Program, We see the title of the BBC Program.

Variants:

  • On BBC Children's Video Releases or some releases, the title cards are customized and animated.
  • On Wallace and Gromit: A Grand Day out, The background has a still image from the short and the text is in shades of blue and in a Brush Script Font.
  • On pre-1987 VHS releases of episodes such as Hancock's Half Hour (later Hancock, this is not to be confused with the 2008 film of the same name) and Steptoe and Son, original transmission bylines appear below.
  • On Doctor Who: The Five Doctor: Special Edition, It has "Presented in" and Dolby Surround logo below.
  • On Mr Blobby, The Title Card appears in a sphere with the trail of pink dots and extends itself to reveal "Mr Blobby" in a brown drawn curly font and Mr Blobby himself underneath it. After the montage of clips, the title card forms back in the sphere and flies off.
  • On The Greatest BBC Children's Video Ever, It has many Children's BBC characters on-screen, the Spider from Spider drops down in its animated form, and the title appears in stamp form.
  • On BBC Television Children's Favourites, The title transitions in from a BBC Video Slide on the same background.
  • On BBC Children's Christmas Cracker, The title is in a green font over a snowy background (the footage from Noddy and Father Christmas).

FX/SFX: None. Sometimes It can be animated.

Music/Sounds: None. Sometimes it can have music or soundtrack related to the program.

Availability: Seen on many BBC Video tapes from the era.

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