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James Corden backs BBC Three move
By SP_COP on April 03, 2014 | From www.bbc.com
James Corden backs BBC Three move Gavin and Stacey star James Corden has said he supports the closure of BBC Three as an on-air channel.

The actor, whose series started life on BBC Three, said the channel would find a natural home on the iPlayer.

"It should always be at the forefront of what is fresh and exciting, and therefore it should be the first channel to exist online," he said.

The BBC has said the move, which will see BBC Three's programme budget cut from 85m to 25m, would save millions.

Director general Tony Hall called the plan "financially necessary" and said 30m of the savings would be reinvested in BBC One drama.

BBC Three will continue to have a home on the iPlayer, with some of its programmes aired later on the corporation's main TV channels....
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