Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Publishing House

I'm sure there are old tv hands who will say 'twas ever thus, but the BBC seems to be increasingly reliant on others. The woeful Matt Lucas vehicle, Pompidou, attracted just 675k viewers on Sunday; the end credits are plastered with Netflix logos. ITV Studios have bought The Voice production company, Talpa. One presumes BBC talent supremo Danny Cohen, Twitter chum and dining companion of Will I. Am and his manager, will be re-commissioning.

And now BBC2 has struck a deal to broadcast a cut-down of BT's Clare Balding sport chat show on Friday nights. "The show will continue to be produced by Boomerang part of the Twofour Group in association with Clearly Clare Productions."

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