Following on from the success of prime time dancing shows such as "Celebrity Come Dancing", "Newsnight Goes Dancing", "Dancing on Wheels" and "Dancing Sky at Night" the BBC has today announced its new Autumn schedule.
Programmes will of course feature a dancing theme as this has proved to be highly popular in recent years and follows recent BBC trends such as gardening, cooking and the ever popular "Chavs Get Drunk and Shag Each Other" - also known as EastEnders
New programmes for Autumn include
"Bill Oddy's Dancing with Sheep"
"An Unhealthy Interest in Lambing - Whilst Dancing"
"Two Pints of Lager and a Good Hard Dance"
"Have I got Dancing for You"
"Strictly Come Dancing On Ice with Wheels and Ice Skates"
And a New Musical Series
"Paxman on Ice"
The BBC Drama Dept has announced a followup to the popular "LIfe on Mars" series with a new follow up
"Gene Hunt Dances on Ice, Kicks Bad Guys in the Teeth but is Really a Nice Guy"
And a new Christmas Special
"Dr Who Would Go Dancing But It's Past His Bedtime and His Mum Says He Can't Come Out to Play"
Other programmes hinted at include a new series by Gordon Ramsey
"How to Swear and Cook Wile Dancing"
"How to Swear, Cook and Dig up a Garden While Dancing"
"How to Dig up a Garden and Cook" - Not Featuring Gordon Ramsey
Topical or serious science funding though has been drastically cut due to a lack of dancing.
New episodes of Horizon have been cut back to just two
"How to complete a Rubik's Cube" and
"Bits We Found on YouTube"
Whilst topical programmes such as Newsnight or Question Time have been axed altogether due to a complete absence of both dancing and Bruce Forsythe
For minority viewers with IQ's in higher than double figures the BBC has also promised a season of programmes that do not feature dancing
Unfortunately at the time of going to press the BBC has yet to provide any details