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TV's A Closed Book So Bring On The 'Booktube' Critics

Posted at 7:28AM Monday 17 Feb 2014

The BBC's decision to drop the Review Show from its weekly BBC2 slot, and Sky 1's axing of The Book Show were greeted with consternation in the book world. And rightly so: with 183m print books and countless more ebooks sold in the UK every year, it's absurd that they should get so little telly time.

Thankfully, forward-thinking publishers Pan Macmillan have stepped into the breach with a new monthly online book show, Book Break.

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