For a nation with such a prudish reputation, some of the shows that have made it on to British TV are pretty shocking. What's even more surprising is that some of these programmes are so popular among us "reserved" Brits that they get commissioned for a second and third series. From naked dating to celebrity orgies, it looks like there are no limits when it comes to what's now acceptable on the small screen. Perhaps the nation isn't as reserved as we'd like to think? Judge for yourself after checking out our list of the most X-rated homegrown shows to have ever graced our screens. Needless to say, some of these clips aren't safe for anywhere.
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Wei Dong is known for his stimulating, erotic images of women. But since , though still painting nudity, his canvas has turned less provocative. He has also taken up shanshui Chinese landscape painting in search of comfort and nostalgia. He now tries to achieve a "natural, relaxed and unforced" effect that "corresponds with his own breathing". After living in New York for 15 years, the year-old Chinese painter is making a comeback to the home art scene by staging two solo exhibitions.