Info Page: W1A

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W1A

No longer available to stream

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Date Added: 12th November 2019

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Date Removed: 10th January 2021

Available for: 14 months

 

 

Channel: BBC

Description:

BBC mockumentary starring Hugh Bonneville and Sarah Parish. With the London Olympics over, Ian Fletcher lands his next job as ‘head of values'. Expect banal buzzwords and meetings that don't really go anywhere. That's life in media, darling.

 

Certificate: Contains infrequent strong language.

Duration: 3 Seasons

Seasons: Season 1 (4 Ep), Season 2 (4 Ep), Season 3 (6 Ep)

 

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