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BBC slammed for warning episodes of The Vicar Of Dibley may be offensive

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THE BBC has been slammed for warning episodes of The Vicar Of Dibley may be offensive.

Viewers are told on iPlayer that the classic comedy, starring Dawn French as vicar Geraldine Granger, “contains discriminatory language”.

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The BBC has been slammed for slapping a warning on The Vicar of Dibley[/caption]

One fan fumed: “I can’t begin to imagine what’s remotely offensive about it.

“It’s just a brilliant, funny show.

“This is mad — it’s yet more wokery.”

Some of the more edgy language in the show, which started in 1994, comes from Owen Newitt — played by the late Roger Lloyd-Pack.

A BBC spokesman said: “Even much-loved shows can occasionally contain language that some people have an issue with.”


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