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TV credits 'should be bigger and slower'

End credits on TV shows need to be more prominent, says a report from the actors' union, Equity. More than 10,000 people took part in a survey after viewers' complaints over fast-rolling and shrunken credits.

Popular dramas such as Sherlock, Downton Abbey and Great Expectations were singled out, with 88 per cent saying they were "disgusted" when credits were hard to read. Equity's General Secretary, Christine Payne spoke of "an underlying lack of respect".