BBC News is responsible for the main newscasts on BBC One as well as other programmes on BBC Two, BBC Three, BBC Four, the BBC News Channel, and the provision of 22 hours of programming for BBC World News.
News 2 was a weekday mid-evening bulletin broadcast on BBC2 around 19.30, but had no fixed time.
A look at the presentation of BBC News during the 1940's and 1950's.
Starting in 1981, the BBC gave a common theme to its main news bulletins with new electronic titles – a set of animated computerised "stripes" forming a circle on a red background with a "BBC News" typescript appearing below the circle graphics, and a...
News View started on Saturday 11 January 1986, as a replacement for BBC2's Sunday evening News Review programme. News View incorporated the review into a new Saturday evening 40 minute bulletin, until Febuary 1991 when it was axed.
On 31 October 1988, a new look for BBC News was launched. The look followed the same presentation style as the BBC Nine O'Clock News.
New 'Silicon Graphics' technology came into use on 13 April 1993 for a relaunch of the main BBC One bulletins, creating a virtual set which appeared to be much larger than it was physically.
On Saturday, 4th October 1997, a new BBC logo was introduced. To co-incide with this, the BBC News bulletins underwent a slight cosmetic change.
A new look introduced across the whole of BBC News television output in 10 May 1999 meant that, for the first time, all the main bulletins on BBC One had the same look.
An update to presentation for the BBC national news bulletins on 16 February 2004.
A large scale revamp of the studio space for the national bulletins - including BBC Breakfast - came into effect on 2 May 2006. Presentation was updated - including new titles, wipes and graphics - and presenters introduced the programme standing in...
BBC News presentation from 2007-2008 online.