BBC2's $134 mil fall sked has grown-up look, appeal

Andrews, Sam
August 2001
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;8/21/2001, Vol. 369 Issue 34, p8
Reports on Great Britain-based British Broadcasting Corp.'s launch of a 96-million-pound programming lineup for its BBC2 channel for fall 2001. Titles of the programs for the company's fall schedule; Emphasis on factual programs; Goal of providing a balance to the plethora of youth-obsessed channels.


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