Credits where they’re not due

TV and film end credits are vanity listings of the sort that only exist elsewhere in magazines. Who cares who the second cameraman was? 

Chris Morris' Jam programme had the right idea years ago. Instead of including three minutes of meaningless people listing, he used more airtime to give proper content and then had a single endframe that pointed people to (the now defunct) Brilliant. 

By carlosfandango

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