BBC Relegates Kids TV

BBC Relegates Kids TV
Innovation

After 30 years of broadcasting kids' shows on Saturday mornings on their flagship channel BBC1, the BBC has decided to relegate the shows to BBC2. The Guardian reports that the...

Guy Brighton
  • 21 december 2005

After 30 years of broadcasting kids’ shows on Saturday mornings on their flagship channel BBC1, the BBC has decided to relegate the shows to BBC2. The Guardian reports that the BBC are doing this to allow them more flexibility to change programming when big news stories need to be covered.

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