Wednesday, January 26, 2011

BBC Sitcom Debates

A group of British critics are debating the direction of BBC sitcoms: a few days ago, Daily Mail's Paul Revoir reported on the BBC's stated desire to develop more sitcoms about the working class. In response, The Telegraph's Andrew Pettie insists the focus instead needs to be on quality content, while The Guardian's Phil Redmond argues for the need to nurture new writers. The creators of the legendary Steptoe and Son have also chimed in to say the BBC should just focus on sitcoms that are actually funny.

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