Actually, most of the models who took the interactive night shows across to Freeview were good presenters, able to fill dead air on demand, but the above names approached things from a quirkier, funnier, and more random angle.The pic heading this post shows Alex Adams in the Bang Babes office on 15th June 2010.19 min - 100% - pov pornlooking for the hottest free porn galleries starring some of the hottest babes on the web?well, search no further cause at gallery porn we have players magazine and black legs.As we go into autumn 2015, Smile TV3 is one of the best known interactive babe channels on TV. Let’s find out…Before starting this particular journey into the annals of Babestation history, I’d have said off the top of my head that Smile TV3 had only officially carried a couple of night shows.It broadcasts the adult phone-in show Babestation Xtra from 10pm to 5am on Freeview 173, and that’s now been the case for so long that the channel’s origins probably seem lost in the mists of time. But a rummage through a channel log and masses of old footage has revealed that actually, it’s officially hosted at least six (yep, I did say six! Just to insert a quick disclaimer, collating a post like this is a very complicated task – even with the help of a searchable text log and hundreds of DVDs. Or perhaps a little while before the beginning…BACKGROUNDBy May 2009, the number of Freeview babe channel night shows had risen to three. Party People was Freeview’s first babeshow and had been running since early spring 2006.What the channels needed, was strong and regular communication, and in order to keep that communication going without the risk of tedium, they depended on models such as Yvette Merriman, Geri, Rachel Cole, Daryl Morgan, and Alex Adams.These were quick-witted women who could present in a natural manner, were good at ad-libbing, and could hold viewers’ attention with entertaining conversation or banter.
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But because it used the alias Party Girls and broadcast as a separate transmission from the main Sky show, it could also fairly be argued that the trial was a different programme, which just happened to be staffed and run by Babestation.
ONE STEP BACK, TWO STEPS FORWARDEarly in August 2009, the rising profile of the Freeview babeshows appeared to have hit the buffers, as Party People, and its channel, Smile TV, went off air.
Oh, and before I get going, heading the post is Jada on BS Xtra (Smile TV3) in January 2015, and just above, Camilla Jayne in one of the channel’s late 2012 ads for Babestation X. Whilst the Babestation brand was new to Freeview, Babestation had of course been the first UK babeshow on Sky, inaugurating in December 2002.
Babestation had also arguably trialled on Freeview between September 2008 and March 2009.