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Sky1 has also bought Don't Tell the Bride and will start broadcasting the wedding programme in the summer.Young people are increasingly watching TV online on their computers, not on television as in the past, according to the BBC Trust.Viewers can also watch BBC Three programmes on its website and through smart TVs, game consoles such as Xbox and set-boxes like Sky.The multi-platform service focuses on comedy and documentary programmes but there will also be shorter content.They’re invariably flogging PPI or persuading you to switch energy suppliers. Now new observational docusoap The Call Centre (BBC Three) gave us a glimpse into the weird world of the telesales industry. If anyone was the butt of the joke, it was the boss – and comedy is more palatable when it’s punching upwards rather than down.Wilshire’s mantra was “Happy people sell”, meaning he foisted enforced fun on his 700 staff. He gave out group hugs and encouraged practical pranks. Wishire was only a few scripted gags away from a Steve Coogan creation.A host of new programmes were released to mark the start of BBC Three online last month.
He splashed out £500 setting up a speed-dating night, warned off the company Casanova (a slimy South African called Dwayne) and sent her off on a wholesome cake-making date with a quieter, more suitable chap.Programmes that premiere on BBC Three will then be shown on either BBC One or BBC Two television channels at a later date.BBC Three has a platform called the Daily Drop, which updates viewers on the best programmes from the online only channel. Admin assistant Kayleigh had been dumped by her dastardly boyfriend so “Uncle Nev” went to extremes to cheer her up.His attempts at “banter”– throwing missiles if anyone yawned at his self-aggrandising speeches, yelling at people to “get out!