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Bafta-winning comedy secures third run
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Ties with The Old Vic theatre
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BBC4 has made its latest foreign-drama acquisition – picking up Canadian series Cardinal from eOne.
BBC4 controller Cassian Harrison has revealed a corporation-wide drive to move away from the ‘Reithian mode’ of storytelling in favour of greater emotional engagement.
BBC4 is to take a snapshot of British photography over the years with a season of programming celebrating the art.
BBC4 has bought A+E Studios’ high profile remake of Roots, the classic 1977 American slavery drama.
BBC4 has acquired an Australian period drama that deals with the murder of over 80 homosexual men during the 1980s and 1990s.
BBC4 is to recreate the first broadcast on British TV using the original technology and filming techniques used 80 years ago.
BBC4 has ordered four films exploring the subversive world of conceptual art including Vic Reeves’ take on avant-garde collective Dada.
BBC4 has ordered a documentary looking at the issues of diversity in classical music featuring BBC Young Musician winner Sheku Kanneh-Mason.
BBC4 boss Cassian Harrison wants to build on slow TV and explore other storytelling techniques, including self-filming and crowdsourcing.
BBC4 boss Cassian Harrison has made boosting the channel’s diversity a top priority, as Ofcom draws up plans to hold broadcasters’ feet to the fi re on the issue through more regular reporting.
BBC4 has ordered an hour-long archaeology documentary that will uncover a 3000-year old village in Cambridgeshire.
BBC4 is to build on the slow TV phenomenon with a live trainspotting series that will be stripped across three consecutive nights.
Tern TV is to locate and restore lost masterpieces, before returning them to galleries as part of a raft of BBC4 arts commissions.
BBC4 has acquired French drama The Disappearance (Disparue) after striking a deal with Zodiak Rights.
James May is to front a three-part Plum Pictures series for BBC4 in which the former Top Gear presenter will rebuild everyday objects to see what makes them tick.
DJ and film director Don Letts is to appear in a BBC4 documentary about skinheads from 7 Wonder.
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