Part One looks at the issues that confronted the BBC and ITV in the days before multi-channel TV. Subjects include Tynan; Alf Garnett - who racked up 43 counts of 'bloody'' in one episode of Till Death us Do Part; the Frost Programme - which hosted the first c-word on British TV; the Sex Pistols' appearance on the Today Show with Bill Grundy; and the controversies surrounding Top of the Pops' re-versioning of Prince's Sexy MF and the re-dubbing of films 'Scarface' and 'Repo Man' - which saw the substitution of the phrase 'Mother F***er' for 'Melon Farmer'. Narrated by Max Beesley
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