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Yet dedicated adult channels aren't allowed to show explicit consensual sex. Because porn's embarrassing and tawdry and we don't want that muck on our airwaves? This present fudge just makes Ofcom look like bigger idiots than the pornographers themselves. Their editors must be one gripe I've seen repeated by so many first time subscribers is: Wheres the harder content that was promised in the intro? But when pitted against the 5 channel Inxworld card, Spice's variety starts to look less varied - sooner or later that same type of material will crop up on the Inxworld channels.
Great way to get guys/girls to subscribe but once burned their not likely to re-subscribe are they? Again, given it's european background, Spice features a lot of euro-style porn, which for me is a bit of a put off.
What got me was this: the pornstar cast are clearly having genuine sex - yet thanks to our hopeless censorship laws both they and the programme's editors are forced to perform a bizarre game of muckypup peek-a-boo as they do so. It's OK to see an erect penis, apparently, but you can't see it penetrating anything... Cunnilingus is shown in fairly explicit detail, while blowjobs are hidden behind cupped hands or strategically-posed thighs... It's like an orgy that can't decide how rude it wants to be. These regulations seem inherently pointless, like the American public drinking law that leads winos to swig cans of beer from within brown paper bags. Yet since the show is broadcast on a restricted-access post-watershed channel requiring PIN code entry (and a payment) to view, then who, precisely, are we protecting? More recently, Michael Winterbottom's 9 Songs (which features more real sex than most marriages) was broadcast uncut on Sky Box Office (another PIN-restricted service). They are much much harder than Television X but still endless repeats and of course not hardcore. 2) Blue Movie Extra - seems to me to be essentially the same as the above channel . On one hand, Spice does seem to have the best picture quality, but not that far ahead of Dorcel TV.
(Coincidentally my favourite 'French' actress Zara Whites, was actually Dutch born).
I always has a soft spot for the presenter Zara Whites who so fluently explained to English, French and Italian speaking customers that outages were temporary and that full service would be resumed in the coming weeks.