Published on: 31 March 2022 in Industry

Directors Digest — Thursday 31 March

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The BBC announces its annual plan, Bruce Willis retires from acting and Holby City airs its final episode after 23 years. Read all about it below.

The BBC has set out its annual plan, including new targets on diversity and working class representation. (BBC)

Bafta CEO Amanda Berry is set to step down earlier than planned in June, Screen reports.

This week saw broadcast of the final episode of Holby City. The Guardian profiled its touching final episode

Televisual magazine speaks to directors Amit Sharma and Bruce Goodison about the making of their programme Then Barbara Met Alan.

Netflix has snapped up the BBC's Drama Commissioner Mona Qureshi. (Broadcast)

The Guardian looks back at the making of Newsround. (Guardian)

Meanwhile, Little White Lies looks at Oslo through the films of Worst Person in the World director Joachim Trier

And finally, as Bruce Willis announces his retirement from acting, Peter Bradshaw provides an appreciation of his fine career. (Guardian)

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