British dating show
There's no reason it couldn't be shown uncensored in the US (on cable, of course) IF it could find sponsors who'd be willing to be associated with it. So a basic cable COULD show full frontal male nudity, but they'd have to worry about (1) their brand and (2) finding sponsors.
Barring that, it would have to be on premium cable.[quote]I'm not aware of any basic cable channels that show full frontal male nudity.
Meal-time is important for the Brits as they like to socialise over a plate of good food, be it with family, friends or workmates.
While households built around a married couple and their children are held to be the norm, there are many variations to the rule.
Fully up-to-date with everything that’s going on in the world, the English man, considerate and able to converse on almost any subject, will be the perfect partner at any function.
Almost certainly he’ll have a good job and will therefore expect to have an equal partnership in any relationship.
In past ages it was typical for jobs to be chosen by gender.
In the last fifty years, however, the lifestyle has changed and there is parity between the sexes and work and at home.
People who describe themselves as working class perceive themselves to have respectable but unprivileged origins, and typically are born into a family supported by wages from industrial or agricultural labour paid in cash at the end of the week.