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Bad Language, Explicit Content on TV - Mal on BBC

Added 26 May 2015 View full list    Print version    
A new report from OfCom, the British media regulator, reveals that many people in the UK believe there's too much bad language and too many sexually explicit scenes on TV.

Mal Fletcher was invited to discuss the study and its findings with Lisa McCormick on BBC Radio.

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