In Things You May Have Missed, John introduces us to An Englishman in New York, the continuation of the story of Quentin Crisp. We discuss the changes going ahead at the BBC and also look at whether or not the Golden Age of Television has now passed.
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For some more information about the BBC’s digital channel cost-cutting, see these items:
- BBC faces strike threat over job losses from the Belfast Telegraph
- BBC slashes Web budget from IT World.
We mentioned that Shaun Brown is still unhappy about the funding situation at SBS.
Also, you might be interested in seeing the full list of Logie nominations for 2010, but you probably won’t be.
Maybe you’re trying to find our list of shows in the Golden Age of Television.