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As usual, enjoying W1A's pin-sharp, side-of-the-angels satire was undercut by just one thing: the thought that somewhere in the real BBC there'll be people wondering if all this doesn't sound like rather a good idea (going forward).
Some set pieces fall flat, but it is still good at skewering inane jargon and corporate blah -- incarnated, at its very worst-best, by the sublime Siobhan (Jessica Hynes).
It's a brilliant BBC mockumentary series that mocks the BBC relentlessly. The great thing about W1A is that it portrays an organization that is just batty and yet entirely plausible.
It hasn't really changed a jot in three series and the concept is, frankly, tired.
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