BBC political bias shock

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  1. wwhyte says:

    You’re right, of course; I’m so Doctor Who-centric that all I cared about was whether or not they had been on Doctor Who before. Either way, the important thing is that unlike David Maloney, they didn’t have the experience, standing, or patience to persuade the crew to turn the lights down, which is 90% of the battle.

    I think John Nathan-Turner’s mistake wasn’t using directors who were too old, but using them again and again even though they didn’t get results that were that good. (Not just Moffatt, but Pennant Roberts and (EDIT) ron Jones). The flipside of this is firing Peter Grimwade for having the wrong lunch. I think he was more concerned with who could bring a production in on budget than with what the results looked like.

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