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The Cybernet introduction animation
Country of origin United Kingdom
Producer(s) Capricorn Programmes
Running time 30 minutes
Original release 1995 – 2010

Cybernet was a weekly video gaming magazine programme, originally broadcast overnight on the ITV network in the United Kingdom. The programme was commissioned by Yorkshire Television and produced by Capricorn Programmes[1] (who also produced the similar Movies, Games and Videos) and also aired on GBC TV in Gibraltar. It was broadcast overseas on Dutch, Brazilian (MultiShow), Mexican (OnceTV), Chilean television (Canal 13), Ireland (TG4), Czech Republic (SuperMax), Israel (The Kids' Channel), Estonia (TV3), Yugoslavia (NS+), the channel 2M TV in Morocco, the channel CNBC-e in Turkey, Australia (Fox Kids), the channel ATV Home and ATV World in Hong Kong, South Africa (SABC2) and the 4 channel, ATV Stavropol in Russia, with local voice-overs, furthermore, in Middle-East, Kuwait Television channel 2 (KTV2) with original English voice-overs.

The programme featured reviews, previews, tips and reports on video gaming and computer technology.


During its thirteen-year run, Cybernet was presented out-of-vision by a number of voiceover artists:

  • Steve Priestly (1996, 1998)
  • Lucy Longhurst (1994-1998-1998–2002)
  • Steve Truitt (2002-2004)
  • Catherine Fox (2004-2007)
  • Fran Stafford (2008-2010)


  • "Cybernet". Archived from the original on 2012-06-26.
  1. ^ Capricorn Programmes Filmography on BFI Retrieved on 2007.03.14

External links

  • Cyberlink titles
  • Cybernet on IMDb

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