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Liam Keelan Liam Keelan Controller, BBC Daytime Blog posts in total 4

  1. Anne Robinson says goodbye to the Weakest Link

    Saturday 23 April 2011, 11:30

    After 11 years fronting the Weakest Link, Anne Robinson has today announced that she has decided to relinquish her title as the Queen Of Mean and step down as its presenter.

    You can read more about her decision to leave the show in an interview in today's Guardian.

Of course the series has not...

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  • The Indian Doctor is returning to BBC One

    Friday 25 March 2011, 10:17

    A record number of you (well over 400) posted your appreciation on Sanjeev Bhaskar's post on this blog for our recent daytime drama The Indian Doctor, so I'm absolutely delighted to tell you first that I have just recommissioned it for a second series.

    I can also reveal that our wonderful World War...

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  • The changing face of BBC Daytime: Moving On, The Indian Doctor, Land Girls and more

    Tuesday 6 July 2010, 16:07

    BBC Daytime has gone through a pretty significant shift in terms of our programmes over the last couple years, so it was interesting to read the BBC Trust's thoughts on Daytime in their Strategy Review and particularly where they think there's room for improvement.

    While some headlines are bound to...

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  • BBC Daytime's not-so-hidden gems

    Monday 15 March 2010, 10:06

    It's been an interesting start to the year for BBC Daytime: A Broadcast award for our WWII-based drama Land Girls, a Strategic Review discussion around a significant increase in daytime funding and then a sideswipe from ex-communications minister James Purnell on the value of BBC Two daytime.I must admit...

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