It was obviously slotted in to replace a less family friendly item from the post 9pm version, yet at the end of it Judith (who may I say looks pretty much as she did on her last Tomorrows World show) says the word 'B'stard' (under a minute after the wonderful pay-off from the same word being uttered at the end of the titles of 'Stuff')
Of course, we could start a bit of banter here that says, given the audience make-up and percived intelligence of the average viewer of BBC Four, why just show the post 9pm version - they are hardly likely to go en-mass and complain to Ofcom, I did find it strange that there was a fair amount of swearage left in for something to be shown before 9pm.
Not withstanding, a truly great documentary. Could have done with one of the chair bound tied talking heads to actually walk around the centre explaining what was in that room, and down here is still... etc - just to break up the 'talking head, clip, talking head, steadycam track down corridor, clip from show' nature of the show, but that's just me.
Best quote? Easy - "Just pan down with him, camera 2"
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