On 30 January, Newsnight will be 25 years old.
To celebrate, we made the week beginning Monday, 24 January Newsnight Awareness Week and launched a competition for our very own slogan.
Read on to find out who won.
We received a humblingly large response to our request for a slogan to adorn our Newsnight 25th Anniversary awareness bracelet.
The vast majority were complimentary - thanks very much - but we're big enough to send bracelets even to those who were rude about us. We know where you live.
The first 250 emailers will all receive a bracelet embossed with the winning slogan.
The most popular suggestion, by far, was "Did you threaten to overrule him?". Nice idea, but I don't think we could really celebrate 25 years by concentrating on just one incident, even if it did happen 12 times.
"Newsnight x 25 on 2 4 u" from E Fletcher of Lichfield felt economical and modern, but perhaps a bit too modern for a programme as old as we are.
David Kirk from Carryduff's "I am aware" had an appealing Star Trek quality about - any relation David? But as I'm from Carryduff it might look like favouritism.
I liked "Nut allergy" from Kenn Garroch, but we don't want any run-ins with the health professionals, "Low Bullshit Threshhold" from Robert Brewster of Worthing hit a similar vein.
OK, some less positive ones then. Paul Orrett of Welwyn Garden City suggested. "Newsnight, great at ridicule and sneering contempt, and perfect ourselves". Sorry Paul, too long.
Roger Thomas of Crewe thought "We never reply to emails or cover real news" would be an appropriate slogan. Sorry Roger, we do.
While "I might - but after Newsnight" from Alun Kimber of the Netherlands struck a chord with many of us.
Honourable mentions to "Newsnight. It's the news. At night" from John Peto of Derry, and "Newsnight: Always going out on a limb" from Paul Hopkins in Surrey but the winner is:
"Newsnight is 25 and all I got was this lousy bracelet" from Claire Hanna of Belfast, which had the virtue of being entertaining and deadly accurate. Well done Claire.
All those mentioned, and the rest of the first 250 to respond, will get a highly collectable embossed bracelet in Newsnight purple in the post (allow 28 days for delivery), and we'll hold a few in reserve to give out to viewers who send us interesting stories. Just like Blue Peter badges.
Thanks to everyone who took part.
Newsnight: Baiting the hook since 1980
Mary Agnes Krell, Brighton
We ask, they answer, you listen
Ron Taylor, London
Newsnight: 25 years.... or 6 with good behaviour
Ranulf T. Gibson, Devon
Newsnight: Doesn't keep you in the dark
Mervyn Seymour, Berkshire
Watch Newsnight: Cut to the chase
Tony Field, Middlesex
Newsnight - Never afraid to tell the truth
Evonne Okafor, London
Newsnight - 5 times a week for 25 years
Jim Breeds, Middlesex
Newsnight = journalism that excels
Kate Thomas, Ontario
No Newsnight is a bad news night
Colin Chamberlain, Windsor
Newsnight: The story behind the story
John McRae, Tyne and Wear
Newsnight: Reassuringly extensive
Jenny Sandown, Isle of Wight
Newsnight - The Real News Programme
Gareth Cox, Aberystwyth
Have fun! Make it a Newsnight!
Lynsey Fraser, Tyne & Wear
Newsnight - always going out on a limb
Paul Hopkins, Surrey
One of a kind for the enquiring mind
Kate Martino, USA
Keep asking the awkward questions
Paul Bleasdale, Bolton
Jeremy Paxman - need I say more?
Martin Sim, Tyne and Wear
News Media without Mediocrity
Marc Bennett, London
Newsnight digs at the life of the day
Xenia Wall, London
Think education is expensive? Try ignorance
Sarah B, Vancouver
Born to be mild
Andrew Neeson, London
Hello, good evening and...Sorry, wrong programme
Elizabeth Holt, Edinburgh
Answers in the dark since 1980
Grace Smallwood, London
Newsnight: It is BIG and it is CLEVER
Iain Scarlett, Hertfordshire
Newsnight: Life, the Universe & Everything
JJ, Isle of Wight,
Gordon Henderson, Florida
Newsnight: A 'need to know' basis
Newsnight: News, Truth & Reviews
Christopher Birch, Middlesex
Beware spinners We shine with truth
Noel Dobson, York
Newsnight - Real news, comfortably seated behind a desk
Simon Howard, Stockton-on-Tees
Newsnight WMD...Words of Mass Description
Ken Hickey, Ireland
1 in 8 Big Brother housemates prefer it!
Ian Atkin, Sheffield
Newsnight - The true voice of democracy
John Ball, Portugal
25 years of answers!
Probably the best news programme ever
Luke Herbert, London
A fix on truth in a world that spins
Brian Wall, Kent
Newsnight, news without a twist.
Andrew B, Kent
We tell it as we see it
Rodney Nichols, Essex
Newsnight is 25 and all I got was this lousy bracelet
Claire Hanna, Belfast
I might - but after Newsnight
Alun Kimber, The Netherlands
Seeking Truth & Understanding
Robin French, Bridgend
The truth for ever
Daphne Clark, Suffolk
Newsnight: A Band Apart
Ronan French, Co Dublin
Newsnight. It's the news. At night
John Peto, N Ireland
Answer the question!
Susan Low, Kent
"WWJD": What Would Jeremy Do?
Rob Cotterill, Manchester
I love Newsnight
Joanna Milton, Nottingham
Did you threaten to overrule him?
Luke Collins, London
Wear the band, destroy apathy
The truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth
Ian Turner, Leicester
Make Newsnight History
Andy Heath, Warrington
You'd better have a good answer for Newsnight
Dave Haynes, Herefordshire
Newsnight: The News by night, 25
Kamal Yusuf, London
I've been Paxoed
Mark Wirt, Middlesex
Be Aware. Be Very Aware.
Cathy Hirst, Macclesfield
Answer the question, Mr Howard
Chris Brown, Bristol
Newsnight - the news that matters to you
Chris Dobinson, Derbyshire
I'd rather be watchin' Newsnight
Steve Bernstein, Cambridge
Newsnight - because it matters
J Gallivan, Kent
News By Mouth 1980 - 2005
Stephen Frame, Liverpool
BBC Newsnight: 25 years without compromise
The only thing in news we can be sure of
Simon Gerrard, Huddersfield
Ask the question just one more time
John Adams, Ballymena