The co-creator of the hit ITV 1 show Midsomer Murders, Brian True-May, will step down from his role as producer at the end of the current series, after he said that there was no place for ethnic minorities in the show.
True-May, the co-creator and producer of Midsomer Murders which began on ITV in 1997, described the show as the “last bastion of Englishness” and said it “wouldn’t work” if ethnic minorities appeared on screen.
The programme’s production company All3Media, which launched an investigation into his comments in an interview with the Radio Times earlier this month, said True-May had been “reinstated” as producer of the show.
But ITV said it understood True-May would step down from his role at the end of the current production run. Click HERE to read more….
Oh dear oh dear Brian…. Look where being brutally honest has got you.
A black actor has written an article in response to the Midsomer Murders debacle. But he has chosen not to reveal his identity for fear of ‘rocking the boat’, being blacklisted and never working on British television again. Click HERE to read….
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