Director of programming for Channel 4, Ian Katz, said: 'The coronavirus outbreak is an enormous creative challenge for all broadcasters and though it is having a profound impact on getting some of our productions onto screen, when public service broadcasters like Channel 4 can step up and help people navigate through the extraordinary challenges we all now face.' … [Read more...] about ITV confirm Emmerdale will REMAIN on air but will reduce to two episodes a week after becoming first British soap to resume filming with ‘phased return’
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'Single lockdown life!' Ashley Roberts shows off her toned... Gemma Collins continues to showcase her slimmed-down frame... Jacqueline Jossa puts on a united front with Dan Osborne for... 'I would have stayed married': Katie Price admits she never... … [Read more...] about I’m A Celebrity bosses ‘are holding crisis talks to save this year’s show as TV industry is thrown into chaos by coronavirus’
+Coronavirus shout-outs+ To Annemarie Plas, the woman who came up with the idea of the Thursday Clap for Carers — and realising that now, as we have passed the peak, this week’s would be the last. It has been a moment of shared community and joy through the dark days, although the numbers of clappers have been dwindling. Like John Cleese and Fawlty Towers, which ran for only 12 episodes, she knew when it was time to quietly quit. … [Read more...] about PLATELL’S PEOPLE: How could Dominic Cummings undermine his own boss so selfishly?
Dr Julian Tang, an expert in respiratory conditions, from the University of Leicester, told BBC News that droplets produced by talking don't travel as far as they do from a sneeze or a cough - which can travel up to 22ft - but researchers say it is still dangerous enough to pass on the virus. … [Read more...] about TfL begs company bosses to tell staff to continue working from home to ‘control coronavirus’ as more office workers trickle back into London on commuter trains every day
Baker McKenzie, near Blackfriars, is considering splitting staff into groups. Partner Joanna Ludlam told the FT: 'We will be [reorganising] some rooms to make sure people aren’t sitting face to face because there’s a body of scientific evidence to show it’s harder to spread if you are back to back or side to side.' … [Read more...] about Google will begin phased reopening of its city-based offices from July as London firms continue preparations to get staff safely back to workplaces after lockdown