X-Rated: The TV They Tried to Ban was a 2005 British one-off television documentary examining controversial material on British television.It was first broadcast on Channel 4, at 10pm on Sunday 6 March 2005, as part of their "Banned" season, and was approximately 90 minutes long." Preston occasionally interrupts the look at the films to talk about how the different decades effected porn, with the end of the 1970's bringing in more zoning laws for adult theaters and actors, actresses, and directors routinely being arrested on obscenity charges and arrests.
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It implied that 'Complainers' should not be so shocked by television programmes and should choose not to watch.
Cole Porter's "Anything Goes" was played during its closing credits; the theme tune to the documentary was The Hives' "Hate to Say I Told You So".
The TV They Tried to Ban highlighted examples of offensive language, sexually explicit content and disturbing images on television.
The documentary itself could have become notable as an explicit programme, but Ofcom received only one complaint for "Offence" caused by the documentary, and did not uphold it because the programme contained sufficient warnings (before it began, at the end of each advert break, and even within the documentary itself). It contained contributions from celebrities, media commentators, programme-makers and the critics of explicit broadcasts.
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