W1A

He played Barney Lumsden in the BBC sitcom.
The BBC’s Head of Values, Ian Fletcher (Hugh Bonneville), is once again throwing open the revolving doors to New Broadcasting
The producers of‘W1A’ have found a humourous way to address one of their Jeremy Clarkson storylines. The first episode of
As the corporation gears up to negotiating the renewal of the Royal Charter and defending the licence fee (why Ian Fletcher was brought in, after all), W1A is a reminder of why the BBC is worth it. Ok, there are a few other reasons, like BBC News and Radio 4 and live music and (now) the World Service.... You don't have to like them all, just enough of them.
BBC viewers could be forgiven for thinking they're seeing double this week, with actress Nina Sosanya on screen in two prime
Susanna Reid’s numerous knicker-flashing moments on BBC Breakfast are set to be spoofed by the BBC in their new hit show
The second instalment of 'W1A' found newly-installed BBC Head of Values Ian Fletcher (Hugh Bonneville) having to explain
'W1A' continues tonight, with those same talents that brought the Olympics to safe delivery deploying their skills at the
A mockumentary about the BBC made by the BBC, it's too early to say if a satire whose hunter and quarry live in the same stable is ingenious or misguided. Instead, it seems timely (or the lowest form of hack opportunism to publish an article I've had marinating for months) to look back at the mockumentary as a genre...