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A late-night Channel Five series featuring real scenes of "sexual activity" has been cleared by media watchdog Ofcom despite complaints about its "shocking and explicit" material. A Girl's Guide to 21st Century Sex, which aired in an The series included "brief explicit visuals of sexual activity", the filming of ejaculation in a woman's vagina and "close camera work" of the biology of male and female bodies.
If you happen to miss any episodes from the controversial series, you can always catch it again on All 4. The ups and downs - along with the intimate moments - are all recorded for the four-part miniseries. The three couples share their sex tapes with each other under the watchful eye of a relationship therapist. The premise is that "they can gain a new perspective on their relationship ".
By Alice Philipson. Sex Box will feature three couples who have been invited to have sex in an opaque four-metre-square cube. They will then be interviewed by a panel of experts.
The four-part reality TV series, featuring three couples in each episode, is billed as a ground-breaking 'social experiment'. Arguing couples will have their home rigged with cameras to capture everything from their rows and the reconciliation to the sex. Channel 4 previously aired Sex Box, in which couples discuss their feelings about their love life after having sex.
THE gormless looking youth is brought out from the sound proof booth and reunited with his girlfriend for the big question. The audience cheers and the happy couple hugs. Welcome to Carnal Knowledge, one of a range of "saucy" programmes showing in the early hours of the morning on UTV.
The story revolves around four sassy New-York based women, Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda and Samantha who are in search of love, romance and long-lasting relationships. Samantha Kim Cattrall gives up sex, cold turkey; Carrie worries about her affair with Big when the two share a messy moment; and Charlotte's beau forgoes intimacy for mental security. Carrie: Sarah Jessica Parker.
The screen was then filled with a sketch of pink, bobbing, talking phalluses, to illustrate an item about impotence. This led into a discussion of the perennial question: does size matter? Carlton Television, which takes over the coveted franchise for the London area on 1 January, yesterday unveiled its programmes for next year.