With the London games of Twenty Twelve successfully delivered Ian Fletcher starts a new chapter in his life as Head of Values at the BBC. Ian’s first challenge on arriving at New Broadcasting House is to find somewhere to sit in a building aggressively over designed around the principle of not having a desk. Ian then finds himself holding a hot potato, when Mebyon Kernow activist Nigel Trescott complains that the Cornish are shamefully under represented on the BBC.
All 14 episodes from the first three series of the British mockumentary comedy following Ian Fletcher (Hugh Bonneville) in his new position as Head of Values at the BBC. Narrator David Tennant guides the audience through events as the former Head of the Olympic Deliverance Commission and his trusted PR operative Siobhan Sharpe (Jessica Hynes) take up their new roles, tasked with redefining the core purpose of the corporation and securing its future. But their reign gets off to a rocky start as the new recruits soon find themselves faced with accusations of anti-Cornish bias and age discrimination, dealing with warring presenters and under financial scrutiny.
As the BBC prepares for the rocky road of charter renewal, the stakes are high for beleaguered head of values Ian Fletcher (Hugh Bonneville). Not only tasked with identifying what the BBC do best and finding more ways of doing less of it better, Ian must also steady the ship as his colleagues' ludicrous plans to bring the broadcaster into the 21st century threaten to bring about corporate armageddon. With a passive-aggressive power struggle raging, the PR disasters piling up and insane solutions swirling, it's down to Ian and head of inclusivity Lucy Freeman (Nina Sosanya) to find some answers. Third series of the brilliantly biting comedy starring Jessica Hynes, Sarah Parish and Jason Watkins.