Frank Skinner is one of Britain's most controversial comedians (as in, would he be half as shocking if he didn't drop expletives at every opportunity?) but even he reportedly felt the comments broadcast last year by Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand on BBC Radio went too far (he probably doesn't feel that way at all but is willing to say he does for the purpose of getting his own Panorama special). As he experiments with reducing the expletive count in his own stand-up show, Frank sets out to discover if the Ross-Brand storm really was a watershed in broadcasting's debate about bad language and offence. He quizzes leading comedians, media bosses and viewers to get to the bottom of a very British subject. Hats off to Tonight who managed to air a similar programme on the night of Jonathan Ross's return to TV last Friday. ITV broadcasting something before the Beeb. That makes for a startling change.