BBC children’s television series Teletubbies is heading for screens in Myanmar in 2013 after the British broadcaster announced it would launch three pay-TV channels in the country.
Teletubbies, produced between 1997 and 2002, has been a critical and commercial success for the BBC and is broadcast in over 40 countries. Photo: BBC.
Pre-school children in Myanmar will be able to watch In the Night Garden, Teletubbies and Mister Maker on CBeebies, while the sci-fi drama Doctor Who and The Graham Norton Show will be broadcast on BBC Entertainment. A third channel, BBC World News, will feature 24-hour world news.
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