Friday, January 28, 2005

EastEnders boss stands down

Just four months after joing BBC's flagship soap, Executive Producer Kathleen Hutchison has quit the show "by mutual consent", reports BBC News.

A spokeswoman has denied that new BBC controller of continuing drama series, John Yorke, came close to halting transmissions for a fortnight after a storyline shortage.
Yorke, a former executive producer of the show, has been announced as Ms Hutchison's temporary replacement.

He said: "Kathleen has done a fantastic job of managing EastEnders during this period of change - I am very grateful to her for all her hard work and for leaving the show in such a strong position for us to build on."

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