CLASSIC BBC sitcom Hi-de-Hi! now comes with a warning that it may trigger woke Millennials.
Classic BBC sitcom Hi-de-Hi! now comes with a warning that it may trigger woke Millennials.
The show starred Su Pollard as staff in a 1950s holiday campRex Features
But anyone wanting to catch a slice of the 1980s Sunday night staple will be greeted with a message saying it contains “language and attitudes of the era that may offend”.
A TV insider said: “This will mark a new low for audiences who are fed up with being warned about upsetting language in shows which couldn’t be more gentle.
“Hi-de-Hi! is a particularly inoffensive comedy that used to keep millions of ordinary Brits in stitches on a Sunday night.
“They’ll struggle to remember any upsetting language or attitudes, certainly none that would affect anyone other than the biggest snowflakes.”
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The Good Life even appeared with an alert that one episode contained “offensive racial imagery” and Keeping Up Appearances was flagged over a scene featuring xenophobia to a Polish person.
It featured a team of so-called yellowcoats trying to keep visitors entertained in a fictional camp called Maplins in Crimpton-on-Sea.
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It ran for nine series and made stars out of Ruth, who as Gladys Pugh made the daily “Hi-de-Hi!” greeting over the public speakers and Su, who played Peggy Ollerenshaw, a cleaner desperate to be one of the yellowcoats.