AIBU or are there a disproportionate number of Scots accents on cbeebies?

(157 Posts)
Slatecross Wed 13-Nov-13 22:52:11

Woolly and Tig, Balamory, Me Too, Bits and Bobs and now "keetee moooregg."

And only one scouser, and not a single northerner! What's going on?!

mrsjay Fri 15-Nov-13 10:15:20

I saw MIL GUY in a very annoying faux posh accent of course I would never say it to anybody from Milnigavie (sp) but when i say it i think i am hilarious i am not hilarious

badguider Fri 15-Nov-13 10:18:57

children's programmes are made in Glasgow for the same reason natural history ones are made in Bristol - it's just where the department is based.

mrsjay Fri 15-Nov-13 10:24:01

a few programmes have been made in glasgow dd has been in the audience for john barrowmans awful prgramme a few shows, bbc building in glasgow is huge

UriGeller Fri 15-Nov-13 10:33:21

The little girl who talks about Autumn on ceebeebies. What an accent that is!

"An me mum ses, Steeveh"! Love it. Is that Yorkshire or Lanc/Manc?

KatoPotato Fri 15-Nov-13 11:02:43

It's Mull-Guy.

dearscotland.com/2009/09/09/mull-guy-and-bearsden-double-fun/

This shiz pays our mortgage...

GideonKipper Fri 15-Nov-13 12:29:08

If Keith Fitt says 'pearl verlting' then Justin's obviously fallen into the trap all Southerners do of hideously mashing up Newcastle, Sunderland, Middlesborough and Northumbrian accents and calling it Geordie.

A broad Geordie would say 'voll-nn' complete with glottal stop.

Geordie would be 'porl voll-nn', no? At least I think that's how my friend says it.

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