Julie Walters stars as Mary Whitehouse, the famous 1960s conservative crusader in the UK, who demanded more respectable television.
Whitehouse, a 53-year-old housewife and art teacher, was outraged by sex, lies, smut and swearing infiltrating the BBC.
She campaigns against the BBC and its Director-General, Sir Hugh Carleton Greene (Hugh Bonneville).
This true life telemovie screened, ironically, on BBC2, a channel which ignited her fury.
Won’t somebody think of the children?
It airs at 8:30pm Sunday May 31st on ABC1.