This includes a request not to air the remaining episodes of Sir David Attenborough's new documentary series The Green Planet and the Russian version of Strictly Come Dancing, Dancing With The Stars, even though the rights have already been sold.
A spokesperson for the BBC said: “The BBC’s executive team were meeting today and they have decided to stop all content licensing to Russian customers.”
A spokesperson said: “We have made the decision to stop new sales to Russian clients as we do not believe it appropriate to be doing business with them at this time.”
Pact — the UK's largest trade association for independent producers — has also called upon its members to stop all work with Russia.
A spokesperson said: “Pact calls for a cessation of hostilities in Ukraine and for a resolution of conflict by diplomatic means respecting the rule of law and the rights of the Ukrainian people.
“Whilst Pact sympathises with Russian creatives who do not have the same freedoms and safeguards that we enjoy in the United Kingdom, Pact has removed all Russian production and business information from its website and calls on members to suspend all co-operation and trade with Russia for the time being.”
Several Hollywood studios — including Warner Bros, Sony Pictures and The Walt Disney Company — have pulled the release of their latest films in Russia due to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.
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