http://www.destructoid.com/watch-some-hypocrites-attack-videogames-on-british-tv-168784.phtml For those that can't be bothered watching(!) - the video is a clip from The Alan Titchmarsh show about video-games. The discussion is about the impact violent video games have on children. The critics basically blind-facedly state that video games destroy and corrupt children. The pro-gaming argument attempts to use evidence and points out that a certificate system is observed - the problem we have is that many parents seem to be happy ignoring certificates for games yet for some reason accept them for movies. The problem I have with the program isn't that there is an anti-games bias, it's that later in the clip, Alan Titchmarsh suggests that games violate common decency, and is wrecklessly attempting to harm an industry based on a total lack of understanding. The facilities are there if parents are uncomfortable with their children playing certain types of gaming material. I know computer games aren't everyones cup-of-tea and for precisely this reason I think that it's more important than ever that parents have awareness about technology. They need to know that ratings are there to be paid attention - and that all of the current generation consoles have facilities to control the content their children play/watch. In any case, the clear lack of research made (there are several clearly incorrect statements) and the lack of respect/due attention paid to a contributing panel member are violations of multiple sections of the Ofcom code. I, for one, shall be complaining in the hope that we prevent things like this from happening to our future viewing experience.