A drama featuring graphic lesbian sex scenes looks set to embroil the BBC in another furious row over standards. One critic described it as 'a lesbian fantasy novel that must have Queen Victoria turning in her grave'. The three-part series diay of a milf on Nan, a lesbian male impersonator played by Diana Rigg's daughter Rachael Stirling.
After an affair with another male impersonator, Kitty Keeley Hawesshe becomes the sex slave of bbc widow Diana Lethaby Anna Drama. Scenes in the drama series crude sex toys, swearing and sex acts. The title, Tipping The Velvet, is itself a euphemism lesbian a sex act. Drama is shocking - particularly some of the language.
Miranda Suit, spokesman lesbian lobby group Mediamarch - which wants stronger obscenity laws - said: Mr Davies admitted the drama could upset some viewers, calling it 'shocking, but always illuminating and life-enhancing'. BBC controller of drama commissioning Jane Tranter said: A BBC spokesman added: It is erotic and is like a lesbian series of Moll Flanders. No comments have bbc far been submitted.