BBC Three’s online move could prove prescient
The BBC could save £30 million a year by moving its youth channel online
The next reunion of the cast of hit BBC comedy Gavin and Stacey could be a bit awkward.
Two of the show’s breakout stars, James Corden and Rob Brydon, find themselves on opposite sides of the debate over the proposed closure of youth-focused channel BBC Three, a move which was given provisional approval on Tuesday by the BBC Trust.
Corden, now hosting a late-night chat show for CBS in the US, and Brydon...
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