Johnson, Debra
July 2003
Daily Variety;7/30/2003, Vol. 280 Issue 18, p10
Trade Publication
Focuses on the television programming of British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) in Great Britain for the fall season. Details of the program 'Charles II'; Production of the documentaries 'Pompeii—The Last Day' and 'Colosseum' by BBC1; Denial of the allegation that BBC is filing for public service programs aimed at bolstering its bid for charter renewal in the year 2006.


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