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TV show is ‘degrading’
THE letter from D Hudson of January 23 brought forth the expected bevy of replies supporting Mrs Brown’s Boys.
Of course, one can turn off a TV programme, which is what I did on its first showing.
There will be a large following for this ribald type of humour, there always has been. However, I am sure I am not the only one to find the continual use of foul language in all forms of “entertainment” and everyday life degrading and unfortunately one can’t always turn it off.
Just because only two of us have written in to The Press expressing our concern about the standard of TV productions, etc, does not mean there are not others who do not feel the same, and I don’t mean only Christians.
This is only part of our culture which is being eroded by lowered standards, sorry, non-existent standards.
Newspapers, TV and radio inform us of terrible things happening every day in this country, and in the main it is due to falling standards and lack of principles.
R Theakston, Greenshaw Drive, Haxby, York.