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BBC News 24 (also known as News 24, BBC News or simply News) was a news channel operated by the BBC.

In 1992, BBC News covered a story about the blast that obliterated Cheldon Bonniface, which extended to parts of Wroxham and nearby Stockbridge. (PROSE: Timewyrm: Revelation)

In a Nightmare Man-induced dream, Rani Chandra on the BBC News studio being convinced by Louise Marlowe to tell everything she knew about Sarah Jane Smith. (TV: The Nightmare Man)

Boris Johnson was interviewed on BBC News about Monos' graffiti attacks on London landmarks. (COMIC: Sticks & Stones)

BBC News also had their own website, located at (TV: Children of Earth: Day Three)

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The channel was known as "BBC News 24" from its launch. During the first two series of Doctor Who, and the first series of Torchwood, the channel's full name was displayed on screen, but from Series 3 onwards the BBC logo was dropped resulting in the channel simply being known as "News 24".

In the real world BBC News 24 was rebranded as BBC News in April 2008. The channel's appearance in The Stolen Earth and subsequent appearances reflect this, with the "24" also being dropped to give the channel the name of "News" on-air.

It regained its former name of "BBC News 24" by 2012 for coverage of the Olympics.

By September 2009, (TV: Children of Earth) the news channel reintroduced the on-screen BBC logo.

BBC News also plays a major role in the online comic Just Another Thursday, though it's hard to tell when in Earth's timeline this occurred (beyond the present day).

On 19 April 2011, the channel aired a tribute to Elisabeth Sladen after her death. Russell T Davies gave an interview as to her death.