Various BBC dramas in various overseas markets.
Posted: 26 Feb 2010
"Dhamaal 24 – the radio venture by B.A.G Network has started broadcasting BBC World Service Trust’s radio drama, Life Gulmohar Style from 22 February 2010. Directed by the BBC’s award-winning producer Pervaiz Alam, Life Gulmohar Style addresses a host of issues faced by girls and women in modern day India." Radioandmusic.com, 24 February 2010.
"BBC Worldwide Australia has sold the new 3x90-minute contemporary re-imagining of Sherlock Holmes to Nine Network in Australia, where it will air later this year." WorldScreen.com, 24 February 2010.
"Matt Smith will make his American 'Doctor Who' debut on Saturday April 17 as he takes on the eleventh incarnation of the venerable hero from another time. He will accompanied by Scottish actress, Karen Gillan, on his timeless travels. She will play the latest companion, Amy Pond. The premiere on BBC America is expected to broadcast 'shortly after' the UK, leading fans speculating that the series will return to the airwaves over the Easter weekend (meaning the shows American fans will only be a week behind the UK), or even on April 17 as well." Ala Stanley Blair, Airlock Alpha, 26 February 2010.
"To ensure high-end shows are still being greenlit, BBC Worldwide pushed co-production at its Showcase sales market, which wrapped Wednesday. 'We have refocused our business and put more dedicated specialists on co-productions,' said Worldwide managing director of sales and distribution Steve Macallister. 'We now have a dedicated co-production team for EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Asia), and we are strengthening the U.S. team.'" Steve Clarke, Variety, 24 February 2010.
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