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‘Doctor Who’: ‘The Deadly Assassin’: Tom Baker: 1970’s: Strangulation Clip 2

This clip was considered really violent in the 1970’s at the time it was broadcast. It was considered controversial by Mary Whitehouse and the National Viewers and Listeners Association. It is a clip from the Tom Baker era of ‘Doctor Who’ from a serial entitled ‘The Deadly Assassin’.

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Family Guy: PTV: The FCC: Censorship

In this second clip from ‘Family Guy’, the FCC try to censor out Peter’s swearing by blowing a horn to bleep all the swear words out.


Family Guy: The Freaking FCC: Censorship

This is a clip from ‘Family Guy’ in which members of the Griffin family sing a song about the FCC which tries to censor everything.


An Example of Quantitative Research 2

An Example of Quantitative Research 2

This is demographical and statisical information taken from a ‘Doctor Who’ video clip from You Tube. It involves things such as likes, dislikes, favourites and comments. It also includes age ranges and males and females. This includes engagement and audience top demographics. Four mini graphs are also displayed representing certain information.


An Example of Quantitative Research 1

An Example of Quantitative Research 1

This is demographical and statisical information taken from a ‘Doctor Who’ video clip from You Tube. It involves things such as views, likes, dislikesĀ and the number of subscribers. A graph and key discovery events are also displayed pinpointing dates and the number of views. There are zero dislikes on this video.


‘Doctor Who’ Video Clip 2: ‘Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS’ (Modern Day) (Formal)

In this second clip from ‘Doctor Who’, which was taken from a modern day episode called ‘Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS’, The Doctor is played by a young actor called Matt Smith. It was broadcast last Saturday on BBC One so it is really recent.

Back in the 1960’s the BBC was much more formal than it is now, and due to BBC standards things like the squeezing of cheeks would not be acceptable back then but obviously nowadays it is because it happened in this clip.

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