BBC documentaries are, quite rightly, a massive source of pride for Brits. Without going all flag wavy and Rule Britannia on you, some might say they’re the envy of the world.

Whether it’s incredible Sir David Attenborough-fronted nature programmes coming to us at the apex of technological advancement, or the incisive investigative reporting seen on Panorama, it’s hard to argue the licence fee isn’t going to good use on factual programming.

Now, one of the key people behind the success of the BBC’s documentaries, is jumping ship to head up non-fiction programming at the Apple TV Plus streaming service. Alison Kirkham, who helped bring documentaries like Planet Earth II and Blue Planet II to fruition in her role as controller of factual commissioning, will now join the growing…

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