BBC Looking For Editor For ‘Archers’ Who’ll Keep The Drama But Avoid The Fuss | TV News
Sean O’Connor has left The Archers for EastEnders, leaving floods, affairs, unexpected deaths and marital abuse in his wake however despite all that the BBC is seeking an editor for the show who can keep up the drama but not upset any more listeners – word of advice? Get rid of Rob should be top of the list.
The show has borne much criticism from some of its more sensitive fans over the recent years, but the show still hasn’t lost it’s edge, the show raising more than £55,000 for the domestic violence charity Refuge through its story line of Rob and Helen.
Whoever they choose to replace Sean O’Connor, he’ll have a mission on his or her hands – Ambridge is falling apart in a tea cup with only a miracle capable of saving it.
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