South Today is the BBC’s regional television news programme for Hampshire, Isle of Wight, the majority of West Sussex, Brighton and Hove, eastern Dorset, eastern Gloucestershire, southern and eastern Oxfordshire, southern Northamptonshire, western Berkshire and parts of Buckinghamshire, Surrey and Wiltshire.
A new look for South Today was launched in 1987.
BBC South Today adopted a new look in 1989. This look only lasted for two years, as BBC South were to move from South Western House to new studios on Havelock Road in Southampton.
A refresh for BBC South Today in 1993.
A new look for BBC South Today was launched in 1997. The look was modified on 4 October 1997 slightly to refresh the BBC logo.
BBC South Today adopted the Lambie Nairn 'maps' titles, studio and graphics on 22 May 2000.
Along with most other BBC English regional news programmes, South Today updated its titles and graphics on 16 September 2002.
BBC South Today updated its titles and graphics on 1 August 2005. Aston graphics were again updated in September 2006.
BBC South Today updated its titles and graphics on 21 April 2008, to co-incide with the relaunch of BBC News.
South Today unveiled a new studio on 12 April 2010.