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Five new dramas reflecting the strategy for drama on BBC One were announced by Ben Stephenson, Controller, BBC Drama Commissioning, at the Broadcasting Press Guild lunch today (Wednesday 11 January).
Sports Day is about to be taken to a new level as elite sport stars Christian Malcolm, Barry McGuigan, Dean Macey and Sinead Kerr encourage a selection of the UK’s finest young athletes to taste sporting glory in CBBC’s landmark new sports series Ultimate Sports Day.
Derek Jacobi (The King’s Speech; Borgias; My Week With Marilyn) and Anne Reid (Upstairs, Downstairs; Marchlands) lead the cast in a new romantic comedy series, Last Tango In Halifax, made by Red Production Company for BBC One.
Dean Macey has been one of the biggest personalities in British sport since he burst on the senior athletic scene. In 1999 Dean won silver at the World Championships in Seville at the age of 21 and was named The BBC's Young Sports Personality of the Year as well as Young Sportsman of the Year.
Sinead Kerr started roller-skating aged 8 and began figure skating a year later. She first trained as a singles skater before taking up ice dance when she was 15. Sinead teamed up with her younger brother John and The Kerrs finished second at their first British Nationals in 2000 and were on the podium every year afterwards. They have taken part in shows around the world and are among the most popular ice dance teams currently performing.
Mel Hudson stars in a self-penned surreal comedy about a woman facing a marital breakdown.
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