The academic author who was the lone defender of Video Nasties and horror comics during the cultural dark ages of the 1980s.
The Daily Mail’s relentless campaign of misinformation and outright lies against 0898 premium rate phone lines.
Two high-profile British trials in 2012 attempted to draw a line in the sand over what was acceptable sexual behaviour between consensual adults.
1994 saw British television advertising step forward into the brave new world of European openness – and then quickly step back again.
The Department of Culture, Media and Sport joins with the BBFC and mainstream TV broadcasters in a mission to stop you from watching whatever you want.
If something upsets and offends you, perhaps it isn’t the smartest idea in the world to keep on promoting it through angry tweets.
A guide to nudity in mainstream movies was a brilliant idea, but one soon made obsolete by technology.
A brief history of scurrilously irreligious modern art.
The rise and fall of Britain’s most determined and publicity-hungry moral campaigner and the organisation that she founded.
Britain’s most controversial filmmaker, the moral campaigner and a gaggle of Rambos collide on a television discussion show.
The relentless moral campaigner and her fight to prevent a blasphemous film from being made.