Gyngell to present clean-up awards

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The broadcaster who banned Hollywood Lovers in Yorkshire has been invited to present this year's National Viewers' and Listeners' Association Awards.

Bruce Gyngell (left), managing director of Yorkshire and Tyne Tees Television, will hand out the main awards on Friday at the annual ceremony of Mary Whitehouse's television clean-up organisation. Among the winners are two BBC programmes, the costume drama Pride and Prejudice and the series Great Ormond Street.