Wednesday, September 14, 2005

The Guild at the TUC

Writers have praised BBC One hit sci-fi series Doctor Who at the TUC annual conference in Brighton, in a call for more funding for UK TV productions.

It showed there was "still an audience for quality family entertainment", the Writers' Guild of Great Britain said.

The union said there was no substitute for "well-resourced, home-grown drama and comedy material written, performed and produced in the UK".

But member Hugh Stoddart criticised the BBC for what he called "damaging cuts".
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