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From Life Stripped Bare to Naked Attraction: why is there so much nudity on television?

Can stripping off on TV make you truly happy? Channel 4 thinks it can.

Nudity has become a staple of television in 2016. From the highbrow (fleeting shots of a penis in the BBC’s adaptation of War and Peace) to the, er, not so highbrow (controversy-causing sex scenes in this year’s Love Island, or Italian naked dating show Undressed), naked bodies are everywhere after the watershed

Channel 4 has been the biggest culprit of them all. As well as several nudity-heavy programmes airing in the last year, from Secrets of the Sauna to the online-only body painting programme Naked and Invisible (featuring episode titles from the tasteful “Nude in Newington Green” to the more down-to-earth “Bare-arsed in Bloomsbury”). There’s even a nudity-themed section on the Channel 4 homepage

source: From Life Stripped Bare to Naked Attraction: why is there so much nudity on television?

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