Diary: AMV talks dirty at dinner

In among the hundreds of cooking programmes currently being broadcast on our TV screens, you may have caught the BBC's Out Of The Frying Pan, a series that follows The Restaurant runners-up James and Alasdair as they host six dining events.

This week's show saw the pair cater for the digital agency Last Exit and guests. But why were some of the objects on the table blurred? Nothing to do with product placement; instead, the BBC was forced to act after those cunning creatives from Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO - who had been invited to join the festivities - decided to form "post-watershed" words out of letters provided to mark place settings. Where there's ad agencies, there's trouble.