News at Ten - 1987
News at Ten - 1989
Computer graphics had arrived at ITN in the late 80s, leading to this famous sequence for the News At Ten. First introduced in 1988 and featuring a flyby over a rendered London at night, this set of titles would last right through until 1992. On this edition from June 30th 1989, headlines include new talks between British Rail and Unions, MPs against all Hong Kong Chinese being allowed into Britain, and a resignation in the White House over rent boy allegations.
News at Ten - 1993
News at Ten - 1996
Morning News - 1992
The ITN Morning News began in 1988 with the advent of 24 hour broadcasting and initially had the quite colourful slot of 5.00 in the morning for all those insomniacs. Unlike many of the news bulletins, its slot was only shortened once with the programme moving to 5.30 where it remained unchanged well into the ITV years, before finally being axed in 2012. This example is from April 1992.
Morning News - 1996
ITN News at One - 1990
From February 1st 1990, John Suchet and Trish Willamson present the News At One from ITN. This set of titles had first been introduced in 1989, and lasted through until 1992, being slightly modified to feature '12.30' in the title during the First Iraq War in 1991. Headlines today include South Africa in new talks with Nelson Mandela, and new research showing links between Mad Cow Disease and other species.
ITN (Overnight Bulletin) - 1990
Gulf War Report - 1991
Further into the Gulf War conflict, and ITN were running regular throughout-the-day updates in the days before large numbers of UK rolling news channels existed. This file shows an entire 3 minute bulletin, bringing some of the latest developments, as well as giving phone numbers for more information, although with such frequent updates how many people needed to call them.
ITN News Update - 1991
ITN World News - 1992
The ITN World News showed news with an international slant. Starting off in 1987 as a programme for the new European-satellite-based Super Channel, before migrating to NBC Europe when Super Channel was bought out by their owners. After airing on there the night before, It would then be repeated to terrestrial UK viewers here the following morning as part of the ITN Morning News. The news programme itself lasted in various forms until 1999, ending its repeat airings in the UK slightly earlier. Many presenters fronted the show over the years, with the venerable Trevor McDonald taking over the reigns here in 1992.