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Reality show by BBC World might focus on Indian soldiers

02-August-2001
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Reality show by BBC World might focus on Indian soldiers

After the success of Hospital, BBC World plans to come up with another reality series focussing on Indian soldiers, their gruelling training and their lives. The show is expected to hit the TV screen by the end of this year.

Mr Narendhra Morar, commissioning editor, regions, BBC World, confirmed that a new reality show would be aired by the end of this year. But he neither confirmed nor denied that the subject of the series will be Indian soldiers.

Spurred by the success of Hospital, BBC is pinning big hopes on the new reality show. But whether the show will garner advertising/sponsorship revenues or not will depend entirely on the subject of the series. BBC programmes follow strict programming and advertising guidelines.

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