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Jamaica Inn: BBC drama chief says sorry and admits 'there's a problem'

Controller says corporation is looking into issue that prompted hundreds of viewers to complain they couldn't hear dialogue

The BBC's drama chief has apologised after nearly 800 people complained about inaudible dialogue in drama Jamaica Inn, admitting: "If no one can understand what they're saying, then there's a problem."

Ben Stephenson, the BBC's controller, drama commissioning, said the corporation was looking into the sound issues which plagued the first episode of the Daphne du Maurier adaptation, which began on BBC1 on Monday night.

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