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Tune in to the C21FM Weekly Review Show

In the C21FM Weekly Review Show, which runs between 10am on Friday September 18 and 10am on Monday September 21, we play highlights from a great week on the station. Tune in for a mix of music, news and interviews that put the global content business in perspective.

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This week on C21FM, we heard from Iain Morris, co-creator of hit UK comedy The Inbetweeners, about his latest show and the challenges of trying to pen one-liners amid a pandemic; and Danny Fenton, CEO of Zig Zag Productions, who discusses the UK indie’s new female football talent format, plus his fears for the future of the TV business in the wake of Covid-19.

We also spoke to Cartoon Forum pitchers Grainne McGuinness, creative director at Paper Owl Films in the UK; Lindsey Adams, founder of Daily Madness Productions in Ireland; and Rene Holder, animation producer at Trinidad- and Estonia-based Farr Creative, about keeping production going in a crisis and whether the pandemic could boost efforts to make the industry more representative, or prevent new talent from getting noticed.

The C21FM Weekly Review Show also includes Geoffrey Sax talking about filming new BBC drama Us across Europe before Covid-19 struck, exec producer Tim Key and Red Planet Pictures joint MD Alex Jones on getting back to work on Death In Paradise, and director Chloë Thomas about psychological drama The Deceived.

Rounding out this week’s C21FM interviews are Ade Rawcliffe and Miranda Wayland, who are charged with ensuring diversity and inclusion at the ITV and the BBC respectively, speaking about how they aim to help make both organisations more diverse and inclusive.

All of this, together with a mix of music to keep you sane. Thanks for listening.

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