The Hollywood actor Kevin Spacey has called into question the link between London musical theatre impresarios and the BBC. He says that series such as 'I'll Do Anything' and 'The Search for a new Maria, for The Sound of Music', are nothing more than 13 week promotional series for the likes of Andrew Lloyd-Weber and other West End theatre promoters! He claims that shows such as these on Saturday evening peak viewing times, are not within the remit of a public service broadcaster, and it results in a "dumbing-down" of television standards. He also says that the BBC should be producing quality drama as they did with 'Play for Today' in the past. This has been one of my rants in the last two years. Do you agree?