BBC Two '1991-2001' Idents

BBC Two '1991-2001' idents were broadcast from 16 February 1991 until 19 November 2001 on BBC Two. The idents were created by branding agency Lambie-Nairn (and later, BBC Animation & Design), who also created the Channel 4 logo still used to this day. The idents consist of a sans-serif '2', enlarged in the middle on-screen, accompanied by the colour viridian and synthesized bell music.

The ident package was retained following the corporate rebrand of the BBC in 1997 with a new logo and new idents commissioned.

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