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Description:McQueen had originally titled the production "Old Bill". With serialisation, the name of the show changed from "Woodentop" to "The Bill". With a full ensemble cast to explore new characters not featured or just mentioned in ""Woodentop"", the focus of the storylines soon shifted away from new recruit Carver and towards Detective Inspector Roy Galloway and Police Sergeant Bob Cryer. The series then changed to two episodes, each of thirty minutes on Tuesdays and Thursdays, per week in from July onwards, the series also began being broadcast all year round without a summer break , increasing to three a week beginning in , with the third episode being broadcast on Fridays. In , The Bill returned to hour-long episodes, which later became twice-weekly,  with the Friday episode being dropped, at which point the series adopted a much more serialised approach. When Paul Marquess took over as executive producer in , as part of a drive for ratings,  the series was revamped, bringing in a more soap opera type feel to many of its stories.