Shouldn't that be the 'not-so-hidden world of lap dancing?' Neon signs appear to be cropping up all over England (and here, although they generally prefer to masquerade as 'gentlemen's clubs'). These clubs are offering one-on-one lap dances where, for a couple of quid, men can buy extensive bodily contact with a near-naked woman. From any viewpoint, these are undoubtedly personal, sexual encounters. Yet current UK licensing law says they are not. Using hidden cameras, Dispatches investigates the rise and rise of a sexual service industry and asks how close to prostitution has this business become, and can the growing protest movement across the UK reverse the boom in erotic entertainment? That's if you can call wayward souls feeding off each other's desperation 'entertainment'.