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History[ edit ] The original opening titles Newsnight began on 28 January at Its launch was delayed for four months by the Association of Broadcasting Staffat the time the main BBC trade union. Staff feared job cuts.
The newscast also served as a replacement for the current affairs programme Tonight. In the early days each edition had an 'auxiliary presenter', a phenomenon pejoratively known at the time as the "Newsnight's wife syndrome".
Olivia O'Leary in became the first principal female presenter; the programme has had a single presenter since The fixed time slot of The very announcement was made without him even being informed.
The affair sparked a widely reported row within the corporation. One protagonist said it would "destroy the BBC".
From MayNewsnight is again shown in full in Scotland, but delayed by half an hour to accommodate Newsnight Scotland's replacement, Scotland Newsnight's signature tune was composed by George Fenton. Various arrangements have been used over the years. On 30 Aprilmain presenter Jeremy Paxman announced that he would be leaving his role on Newsnight later in the year.
In JulyEvan Davis was announced as Paxman's replacement. Faced with what he considered evasive answers, Paxman put the same question— "Did you threaten to overrule him? Lewis — twelve times in succession. Later, during a twentieth anniversary edition of Newsnight, Paxman told Howard that he'd simply been trying desperately to string out the interview because the next item in the running order had failed to materialise.
The governors criticised the programme for only featuring Labour Party supporters on the panel discussing the issue, and no opposition politicians appeared at any stage of the minute episode.
The broadcast attracted an outcry in the media with one critic describing it as a whitewash worthy of a " one-party state ". The Other Side of Jimmy Savile was broadcast on 3 Octoberallegations were made that a Newsnight investigation into Savile by reporter Liz MacKean and producer Meirion Jones in December had been dropped shortly before transmission because it conflicted with tribute programmes prepared after Savile's death.
The veracity of this story collapsed after The Guardian reported a case of mistaken identity on 8 November  and the victim retracted the allegation after belatedly being shown a photograph of McAlpine in an item broadcast on the following day.
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