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Investigation Discovery in the US and Netflix are both gearing up to launch separate projects about the disappearance of British girl Madeline McCann in 2007. Investigation Discovery in the US and Netflix are both gearing up to launch separate projects about the disappearance of British girl Madeline McCann in 2007.Investigation Discovery in the US and Netflix are both gearing up to launch separate projects about the disappearance of British girl Madeline McCann in 2007.
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About Hornby, Blumhouse and more

Novelist Nick Hornby talks about his move into shortform TV drama, while Blumhouse Television co-presidents Jeremy Gold and Marci Wiseman discuss the growing popularity of anthology series; plus a run-down of this week's news, including big-name moves at WarnerMedia, Disney and Netflix.

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Upsetting the natural order

BBC Studios head of natural history Patricia Fearnley, unscripted director Mark Reynolds and head of factual Jon Findlay discuss the impact of streamers on documentary, while Christian Rank, head of drama at DR, explains how the Danish public broadcaster is rethinking its raison d'être in the face of such changes.

Tait talks kids

C21Kids editor Nico Franks speaks with Catherine Tait, president and CEO of CBC/Radio-Canada, about the public broadcaster's commitment to "double down" on kids programming as well as the stir caused by her recent comments accusing Netflix of "cultural imperialism".

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