BBC Viewers Upset By Sound Levels For New ‘Howard’s End’ Background Music

The four-episode adaptation by Kenneth Lonergan of E.M. Forster's novel has drawn plaudits from critics and high viewership, but many viewers have complained that the "most intrusive and dominating" music (as one irate Twitterer put it) frequently drowns out the dialogue. This seems to be a sound mixing problem rather than a musical one, and it evidently is not a new one for the network.

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