Now The Royle Family is given a 'woke' discriminatory language warning by the BBC

THE Royle Family is the latest BBC show to get a “woke” discriminatory language warning.

The 1998-2012 comedy, now on iPlayer, features Ricky Tomlinson’s grouchy couch potato Jim Royle dishing out old-fashioned barbs.

In series two, episode three, he watches DIY show Changing Rooms and calls host Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen a “nancy boy”.

Warnings have also been slapped on Fawlty Towers, Allo Allo! and Dad’s Army.

Robin Aitken, a BBC worker for 25 years, blasted: “More wokeness.

“Combing archives to ensure shows are politically correct is sinister and laughable.”

A TV fan tweeted: “Just another nail in the coffin of this ridiculous broadcaster.”

BBC said: “Older programmes contain language that some viewers find offensive, inappropriate or which have now fallen out of use.

“For that reason, we do make that clear on iPlayer and elsewhere.”

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