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    BBC rapped over porn documentary THE BBC has been rapped by media watchdog Ofcom for showing a documentary about prostitution, drug abuse, brothels and the
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      BBC rapped over porn documentary
      THE BBC has been rapped by media watchdog Ofcom for showing a documentary about prostitution, drug abuse, brothels and the pornography industry in the morning.

      Some parents complained that they had been watching with young children when Britain's Streets of Vice was screened at 9.15am.

      The BBC said the series of four documentaries had been scheduled to run during term-time when children were at school.

      FULL ARTICLE AT: http://www.manchesteronline.co.uk/entertainment/filmandtv/tv/s/169/169850_bbc_rapped_over_porn_documentary.html

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