The first full-frontal nudity on TV is generally believed to have been in Holland in , when the experimental show Hoepla showed a female model reading a broadsheet newspaper that she moved aside to reveal her complete nakedness. Continental European television has generally been more unbuttoned than the UK and US schedules, which are heavily regulated and, especially in Britain, carefully watched by the rightwing press. A significant percentage of the full-frontal nudity screened on UK TV appeared on Eurotrash Channel 4, , which sampled stark examples from abroad. But from the 70s, post-9pm dramas on BBC1 and ITV specialised in the quick-flash tactic, in which a woman might show her breasts while rolling on top of a lover or swinging out of bed, or offer a rear nude view while walking into the shower. The police series The Sweeney ITV, was a specialist in this trick, so that, as John Thaw or Dennis Waterman answered the door, an undressed girlfriend might wander past on the way to bedroom or bathroom. But Margaret Thatcher became prime minister that year, and her administrations imposed a general moral retrenchment on television.
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Anne Marmol said: OMG so beautiful : you got my heart pumping so hard. The show might have been a bit saucy — including full-frontal nudity and we quote "a Queen with a penchant for dwarves" — but was hardly the first show on British TV to flash a bit of skin. British tv nude scenes.