From the BBC...
Stephen Fry criticises 'childish' British TV
Broadcaster Stephen Fry has criticised British TV saying it is "shocking" how "infantilised" adult programmes have become.
"I'm not saying TV should be pompous and academic, but it should surprise and astonish," he said.
The QI host said BBC shows Merlin and Doctor Who, were "wonderfully written" but "not for adults".
The comedian and writer was speaking at the annual Bafta Television Lecture in London.Fry said: "The only drama the BBC will boast about are Merlin and Doctor Who, which are fine but they're children's programmes. They're not for adults.
"And they're very good children's programmes, don't get me wrong, they're wonderfully written... but they are not for adults.
"They are like a chicken nugget. Every now and again we all like it. Every now and again."
He added: "If you are an adult you want something surprising, savoury, sharp, unusual, cosmopolitan, alien, challenging, complex, ambiguous, possibly even slightly disturbing and wrong," he said.
"You want to try those things, because that's what being adult means.
"It's children's television, it's entirely infantilised. It's not grown up."
Why is this Stephen? It could not possibly be because you and your Twatterati homosexual army of politically correct guardspeople, a self-selected and profoundly anti-democratic gang of guardians of the airways, immediately jump upon and viciously attack anything that your neo-fascistic group do not find "acceptable" is it?
The TV broadcasters are terrified of offending people because of people like YOU Stephen.
You cannot wield this twitter monster to censor anything and everything you find offensive and then have the bare faced gall to complain that TV is infantalised!!! Thanks to you and your self serving army of censors, TV producers can only produce things that are suitable for children, for then they know that they will be safe and inoffensive.
You Bloody hypocrite, charlatan and pillock!