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Growing audience appreciation, lucrative commercial returns and the threat of “hyper-inflation” have all played a part in the BBC’s decision to shelter drama from spending cuts.
John Whittingdale will respond directly to Armando Iannucci’s MacTaggart lecture by hosting a series of face-to-face talks on the future of the BBC with TV producers and writers.
BBC2 will celebrate the best of the Jeremy Clarkson Top Gear years with a two-part “extravaganza” this Christmas.
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