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  1. BBC Names Mark Linsey Head of Production Arm

    2:56 am 3/22/2016

    Running BBC Studios, he will oversee such in-house hits as 'Doctor Who' and 'Top Gear,' while Charlotte Moore is named interim head of TV pending a planned simplification of the public broadcaster's leadership structure.Read more

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  2. 'Wolf Hall' Leads BAFTA TV Craft Awards Nominations

    2:48 am 3/22/2016

    The historical miniseries picked up six nominations, followed by Arctic thriller 'Fortitude' with four.Read more

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  3. 'Happy Valley' Producer: TV Opening up to "Less Posh British Drama"

    5:22 am 3/16/2016

    Wednesday sees Netflix launch the second season of the U.K. crime drama, described as the British version of 'The Wire.'Read more

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  4. Matt LeBlanc 'Top Gear' Stunt Criticized as "Gravely Disrespectful," Co-Host Apologizes

    2:56 am 3/14/2016

    Chris Evans apologized "unreservedly" after the former 'Friends' star performed stunts for the revamped show near one of London's most famous war memorials. Read more

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  5. 'And Then There Were None': TV Review

    10:40 am 3/12/2016

    A classic Agatha Christie novel gets a delectably sinister and perfectly cast adaptation courtesy of Lifetime and BBC.Read more

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  6. BBC, ITV in Talks to Launch Subscription Video Streaming Service (Report)

    1:11 am 3/11/2016

    Early-stage discussions about a Netflix-style service reportedly also involved NBCUniversal.Read more

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  7. BBC Orders 'King Lear' With Anthony Hopkins, Whitney Houston Documentary

    12:30 pm 3/7/2016

    The U.K. public broadcaster also orders a TV adaptation of play 'King Charles III,' which sees Prince Charles ascending to the throne.Read more

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  8. Amazon's 'Ripper Street' to End With Season 5

    3:58 am 3/7/2016

    The last outing for the Victorian-era crime series has started filming in Dublin.Read more

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  9. Discovery CFO Touts Upfront Ad Outlook: "Dollars Are Moving Back to TV, From Digital"

    1:08 pm 3/1/2016

    CFO Andrew Warren also discusses the company's Olympics monetization strategy with Eurosport and the SVOD licensing business. Read more

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  10. BBC "Macho Culture" Blamed in Jimmy Savile Abuse Report

    2:59 am 2/25/2016

    The report in 72 cases of abuse by Savile, a former TV personality, found an "atmosphere of fear" at the British public broadcaster led to "serious failings," but it exonerates senior management. Read more

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