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The BBC has had mixed feelings

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THE BBC has had mixed feelings about selling its programmes to British Satellite Broadcasting. Channel controllers Jonathan Powell and Alan Yentob feel that they should have first refusal on golden oldies. But this hasn't prevented the Beeb from selling Dr Who to BSB, which will need more than the Tardis if it is to succeed.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1989-11-17). The BBC has had mixed feelings. London Evening Standard p. 44.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "The BBC has had mixed feelings." London Evening Standard [add city] 1989-11-17, 44. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "The BBC has had mixed feelings." London Evening Standard, edition, sec., 1989-11-17
  • Turabian: "The BBC has had mixed feelings." London Evening Standard, 1989-11-17, section, 44 edition.
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