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Adam Curtis joins BBC Current Affairs

Adam Curtis, one of Britain's most distinguished TV documentary producers, has joined BBC Current Affairs to work on a new series about the nineties, the BBC announced today.

Curtis will be working for both BBC Current Affairs and Factual and Learning departments.

He has produced several highly acclaimed series for the BBC: Century of the Self; The Westminster Set; Pandora's Box; and An Ocean Apart. His series have combined intellectual fertility with penetrating insight and story-telling imagination.

His new series will be about the world economy in the nineties.

Head of BBC Current Affairs, Peter Horrocks, said: "It is excellent that Adam has rejoined the BBC and a reflection of the creative health of current affairs on BBC TWO that he has decided that he wants to work here."



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