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Despite being one of the most popular British television series at the time of its original broadcast in the 1970s, it has never been repeated on UK television due to many perceiving it as racist and is often cited in discussions of racist television from the era. See more »
This is far from being racist and I remember this series as an adolescent in Sydney Australia. It was such a popular show it was discussed in school and role plays created.
I would love to see something like this now with a typical Muslim family and white Christian family. Something that is in your face and not politically correct. This type of shows destroys the myths that keep people apart in the first place.
Look at the problems around the world now because people are afraid of what they do not understand.
This was a great show and a great message.
Most of these PC fools are worse than Nazis.
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