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Best Of Men: Acting in a Paralympic drama10:47am on 22 Aug 2012Hello Carol #25, thanks for your comment. I asked the director Tim Whitby the same question last week, so you may like to know that he said "The patients are all fictional but we drew heavily on real stories to create them. Similarly the hospital staff are all fictional (except General Blake and Q) but represent attitudes which were generally expressed at the time."
Meanwhile, mac9976 - some of the music for Faster, Higher, Stronger was specially composed by the Bower Brothers and isn't commercially available. The rest of the music that was played in the 1500m programme is now listed on the episode page.
Punk Britannia: Do you remember 1976?11:22am on 08 Jun 2012Hello royksoppmelody #37 Thanks for your comment and fair point about punk rock. We're not trying to censor anyone so just to clarify here, the reason we're not able to host a public discussion on the blog about nabson's comment on credits is that it's a private matter. We will continue to moderate comments on the blog in the light of that. It's been referred to the right people and is being handled away from the blog, along the right channels. Cheers
Upstairs Downstairs: I design the sets4:16pm on 22 Feb 2012Hello chris pagan #11 - thanks for your comment. Your point about audibility is one that is frequently made in response to TV programmes. In case of interest to you and others who've had the same experience - a while back Danny Cohen, the controller of BBC One wrote this post on the BBC TV blog - Is the background music too loud? Danny presents the findings of research the BBC did into why the dialogue can't be heard over the music for some viewers. 321 comments from the audience on that post! Cheers.