Drama on BBC Three
Ben Stephenson discusses his priorities for BBC Three
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Kim Shillinglaw announces ambitious range of new programmes across drama, comedy and factual for BBC Two
Speaking today at the Edinburgh Television Festival, Kim Shillinglaw, Controller of BBC Two and BBC Four, talks about her first year at the helm of BBC Two and announces a wide range of new titles, which demonstrate her ambition for the channel.
Tony Grisoni (Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas, Southcliffe, The Red Riding Trilogy, The Unloved) adapts this unique thriller from one of Britain’s foremost fantasy writers. China Miéville, three-time winner of the prestigious Arthur C. Clarke Award, published The City And The City in 2009 to dazzling acclaim, drawing comparisons with Kafka, Orwell and Philip K Dick.
Speaking at the Edinburgh International TV Festival, BBC Two Controller Kim Shillinglaw announced the channel is still on the lookout for single, talent led Documentary ideas.
BBC One is on the hunt for a new Factual Format series for 9pm that should be ambitious, must-see specialist factual content offering emotional stories that will get the nation talking.
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