Channel 4 dating show
“Anyone who doubts the poisonous influence of internet porn has only to watch five minutes of Naked Attraction to see the damage done,” wrote the Mail’s Christopher Stevens.Although we’re unsure if Cilla would approve, the viewing public certainly seemed to.The show, which follows a group of young Britons who decide to travel to Syria to join IS, is based on 18 months of research and production work, writer Peter Kosminsky said.
The Telegraph claimed the show was nothing more than a “meat market” with the Daily Mail labelling it “Blind Date in a Brothel”.As the rounds go on, the people choosing will strip off, too.The producers of the new show are also behind Tattoo Fixers, so if you like that you will surely love this too.Bethany Haines, 20, had urged the Channel 4 drama to be pulled in light of the recent terror attack in Barcelona, where 14 people were killed."The violence in the drama would be upsetting to anyone," Haines wrote to the Mail on Sunday."But I think it would be particularly horrifying for those affected by the events of the last few days.So, I would like to say to Channel 4's executives: Put yourselves in that situation."Jacob Rees-Mogg, a Conservative MP for North East Somerset, urged Channel 4 executives to listen to Haines' request."Without having seen the program, I don't want to say whether they are right or wrong in broadcasting it now, but they should be sympathetic," Rees-Mogg said. forces and a security expert, commented, "There are already too many people going to fight for IS.
As the show goes progresses, the contestant rules out people based on whose physiques they’re attracted to – talking Richardson through their choices as they go along.