31 Jul 2018

TV watershed. Should we keep it clean before 8.30pm?

From Nine To Noon, 9:30 am on 31 July 2018
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Is the TV watershed a relic of a time - or do we still need some kind of nationally agreed control ?

The Broadcasting Standards Authority is considering a shake-up of the way it helps parents regulate their children's viewing on free-to-air television. It is also considering whether it should adopt the same classification labels as pay TV. The BSA  is launching a public consultation to find out what the nation thinks with an online survey  and series of public meetings.

Kathryn discusses with the BSA Chief Executive, Belinda Moffat.

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