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January 22, 2010

More quality from the BBC

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by David Allen

Suddenly the BBC is listening to the critics of how the corporation is run and the type of content is being made by the broadcaster.

Could this be that, in the recession, the ordinary person in the street will no longer stand by while the suits spend public money like it is going out of fashion, or has the BBC finally realised that it serves the public?

It seems that in the future the BBC will be producing quality programming as it used to.

This kind of programming made the BBC famous, in fact no matter where you were in world, there would always be some sort of BBC programme on the local TV.

Is this the wakeup call for the BBC or just an exercise in lip service?

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