“Anyone who doubts the poisonous influence of internet porn has only to watch five minutes of Naked Attraction to see the damage done,” wrote the Mail’s Christopher Stevens.Although we’re unsure if Cilla would approve, the viewing public certainly seemed to.Despite accusations from critics that the new TV show "The State" is glorifying the Islamic State terrorist group, U.
The new series began with 1.4 million viewers, a 9.1% share of the audience, from 10pm on Monday.
It had the better of Channel 5’s Big Brother, which drew 1.2 million viewers (7.9%) and BBC2’s Rhod Gilbert’s Work Experience.
Charlie Winter, a senior research fellow at the International Center for the Study of Radicalization at King's College London, also insisted that the researchers behind the show carried out very detailed work."There were a lot of scenes straight from Islamic State propaganda.
It was clear the researchers had watched a ton of propaganda to make it seem as legit as possible," Winter said.
The show, which follows a group of young Britons who decide to travel to Syria to join IS, is based on 18 months of research and production work, writer Peter Kosminsky said.