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BBC Three moves online

Having brought us Gavin and Stacey, The Mighty Boosh and Don’t Tell The Bride, February 2016 saw the end of BBC Three on our TV screens  but that's not the end of the story. It's become the first UK TV channel to make the switch from linear broadcast to an online-first destination.

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