BBC Prime revamps itself

BBC will provide viewers in Europe and the Middle East with a fresh mix of comedy, drama and light entertainment from the UK.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
August 27, 2009 12:09
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BBC Worldwide has announced a plan to redo its general entertainment channel, BBC Prime. In November, the station will change its name to BBC Entertainment and will provide viewers in Europe and the Middle East with a fresh mix of comedy, drama and light entertainment from the UK. New shows will be included in the lineup, including This Life +10, Lead Balloon S2 and Mine all Mine. Old favorites like Eastenders, Holby City and Casualty will continue to air.

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