|In 1991, CPV-TV put in three bids for
ITV regions, London Weekday, South/South East Englans and East England,
and it gained two of them. The first was the East of England. CPV-TV
had put in a bid of £10,125,000 for the region. Although Anglia
TV's bid was almost double the ITC decided that East of England
Television would be able to provide the best service for the region.
Anglia TV bowed out on Thursday December 31st 1992 with the final
programme they were ever to make or broadcast (Anglia decided
to sell everything to East of England Television), Good Knight
and Goodbye. Then Anglia pressed the button and cut to Big Ben
Where just a couple of seconds later (before Big Ben had even
chimed twelve) a live feed from CPV-TV house in Norwich cut in.
The sound of Big Ben could still be heard and as it chimed the
camera zoomed in on the buildings illuminated clock before fading
in to the ident for the first time.