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Sex & Nudity

None, but it is live so it may happen.(Very unlikely) Also they may speak about it.

Violence & Gore

Often scenes of real-life terrorism, poverty and injury. This is all treated with dignity and respect.

Often violence is mentioned. This occasionally involves young children and pensioners. Sensitive violence is usually alluded to and not mentioned.


Possible, again it is live.

They Might speak about this or may be drinking alcohol.

The news can often be very bleak and depressing.

Overall, I would recommend for age 11+

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