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I just saw two flags on TV, shown in a video clip of English alternative rock band Coldplay's 2004 song "The Hardest Part". According to Wikipedia,
the footage showing these two flags was inserted in the 2006 video clip from an US television talk show, _Attitudes_, aired 1985-1991 (and thus not current when the Coldplay performance was recorded), featuring 84 year old acrobat dancer Barbara Moseley.
The flags are light blue and red and can be seen in some footage frames:
Both flags seem to be square or even short-ratio (between 1:1 and about 4:3) and showing regularly spaced horizontal gash holes in the fabric. The light blue flag shows the word "Attitudes" in white condensed serif letters, and the red one "Lifetime" above "television" in white sans-serif capitals, under a green emblem. These are apparently the flags of the talk show and of the TV station.
See also en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lifetime_%28TV_network%29 and
António Martins-Tuválkin, 19 May 2010