Channel 4 puts on Ice Paul Dacre Documentary Series

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EXCLUSIVE: Channel 4’s landmark documentary series about former Daily Mail Editor Paul Dacre It has been placed on ice indefinitely

Deadline understands Paul Dacre’s World According to Paul Dacre [working title] Filming was disrupted by Covid-19 delays and scheduling problems, which led to the show being canceled. There is no suggestion the delay is due to editorial differences of opinion and a Channel 4 spokesman said the show has been “paused.”

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The landmark is from My Daughter’s Killer indie Rogan Productions Three years ago, the device was revealed to great fanfare and is scheduled for launch in 2021.

Described as “telling the extraordinary story of how [Dacre] The shape Mail as the voice of Middle England,” the former Editor was due to be interviewed extensively for the doc.

The show was a prime example of how Channel 4 Chief content Officer Ian Katz ordered programs that dispelled accusations of left-wing bias directed against the commercial broadcaster.

Dacre is an arch-rightwing Brexiteer and Editor of the right wing Daily Mail For 26 years, he was responsible for major political events and gaining a large, loyal readership. He is considered one of the most influential British newspaper editor of all time.

Dacre left DMG Media as Editor-in Chief in 2018. Mail on Sunday: The Daily Mail The Metro. He was also running for Chair of Ofcom’s broadcasting regulator. His controversial run was widely covered in the press as it would have granted him regulatory control over the BBC, which he strongly criticised.

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