BBC-new-fakery-row-alcohol-ravaged-Aborigines. (If you want to know what total control looks like)

  • Hidden Australia presented by Reggie Yates showed mourners having drinks
  • But it claimed they were at a 'party scene' and 'ravaged by alcohol addiction' 
  • The BBC has apologised for 'misleading' viewers and taken episode offline
  • It has also banned any more shows made by Sam Branson's Sundog Pictures

The BBC was last night dragged into a new fakery row after a documentary about Australian aborigines 'ravaged by alcohol addiction' misled viewers by pretending to show a 'party scene' which was actually a wake.

An episode of Hidden Australia presented by Reggie Yates showed mourners having a few drinks and some food after the death of a friend. 

But to fit with the show's agenda, producers described it as a 'party scene' after they panicked when they realised they didn't have enough footage of drinking.  

Misleading: An episode of Hidden Australia presented by Reggie Yates showed mourners having a few drinks and some food

Misleading: An episode of Hidden Australia presented by Reggie Yates showed mourners having a few drinks and some food

But to fit with the show's agenda, producers described it as a 'party scene' after they panicked when they realised they didn't have enough footage of drinking

But to fit with the show's agenda, producers described it as a 'party scene' after they panicked when they realised they didn't have enough footage of drinking

The BBC has apologised for 'misleading' viewers and taken the episode Black in the Outback offline

The BBC has apologised for 'misleading' viewers and taken the episode Black in the Outback offline

The BBC has apologised for 'misleading' viewers and taken the episode Black in the Outback offline.  

It has also banned any more shows made by Sundog Pictures which is owned by Sir Richard Branson's 31-year-old son Sam, reports The Sun.  

The episode was advertised with the words: 'Reggie meets an Aboriginal community ravaged by alcohol addiction, trying to find its place in modern Australia and heads to Melbourne to investigate its dangerous drug epidemic.'

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