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The Broadcasting Standards Council found The Mary Whitehouse Experience guilty on two counts: first, one performer gave an impression of what he called a 'nutter' (30 March) with reference to Truly Madly Deeply. The BBC acknowledged that it had 'failed to make a distinction between those with learning difficulties and those with mental disturbance'. Second, jokes about masturbation and oral sex were deemed unseemly for transmission just after the watershed on 16 March.

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