BBC’s Governing Body Tells BBC Two To Be More Distinctive As More Than A Quarter Of Shows Are Repeats | TV News
Dad’s Army is a classic, but it’s not going to bring in the young and ethnic minorities. The Governing body of the BBC has appealed to the BBC to do more to attract younger and ethnic minority viewers, a report finding that more than a quarter of BBC Two’s prime time viewing is made up of old repeats, an increase of just under 2% on 2011/2.
One of the most repeated shows is Dad’s Army, the vast majority of the scheduling made up of repeats following original programming being axed ffrom its day time schedule as part of BBC cost savings.
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