On the 16th October the BBC show Sunday Morning Live featured a “discussion” on sex education. I appeared via webcam on this show and following my appearance I blogged an immediate reflection (here) .
19th October- The BBC responded initially to one of the complaint letters (scroll to bottom of post here
- The Lay Scientist Martin Robbins publishes Guardian Blog: “Why did the BBC broadcast a clip comparing sex education teachers to paedophiles?“
- FPA publish a press release- “FPA Chief Executive responds to comments on sex and relationships education“
- Brook Charity also publish it’s response to BBC Sunday Morning Live
24th October- PSHE Association also responds “Our statement on the “BBC Sunday Morning Live Discussion”
25th October- The BBC responds further to complaints
26th October- I responded via this blogpost to set things straight about how and why I was asked to appear.
28th October TES publish On the Naughty Step conduct that deserves a ticking off.
Watch this space for further developments.