Overall, those who identify with mixed or multiple ethnic groups are strongly representedacross all genres, both on and off-screen, when compared to national population estimates(2%). Off-screen representation ranges from 3.2% on Drama programmes to 6.7% onFactual Entertainment. On-screen representation is highest in genres with scripted content(Children’s, Drama, and Comedy) and lowest on Current Affairs (3.2%).

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