July 15, 2009 4:43 AM Subscribe
"Working in art film or commercial cinema is like dancing through a mine field, and every broadcaster is now racing down market in a desperate attempt to survive. But what is happening at the BBC is the real scandal: it is bigger than all the rest combined, it is free from direct commercial pressure and its public service obligations carry cultural responsibilities. There are no excuses."
Veteran producer Tony Garnett
, has launched a blistering attack
on the current process of drama commissioning at the BBC
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