BBC, DLT decide it's 'Time' for 2 specials

Whiteman, Bobbie
December 2004
Daily Variety;12/16/2004, Vol. 285 Issue 54, p13
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This article reports that New York-based company DLT Entertainment and its sister company, the Theatre of Comedy, have been commissioned by the British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) to produce two 45-minute specials of hit series "As Time Goes By," starring Judi Dench and Geoffrey Palmer. The specials, to be filmed early next year, were commissioned by BBC I controller Lorraine Heggessey and will be written by Bob Larbey who wrote the previous nine series. Syd Lotter by will return to produce and direct as he has done since the first series in 1992.


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