Channel 4 is running its controversial "faces of 4/20 questions" on-air campaign, which features celebrities saying their favourite swear word, as part of its forthcoming Banned season. The series of banned programmes include the films Snuff, Crash and A Clockwork Orange, as well as a programme on the best ads never seen. Channel 4's swearing spot was banned from cinemas last year but will now be seen on FilmFour.
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