BBC cancels singer who criticized puberty blockers for kids…

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via telegraph:

The BBC has removed singer Roisin Murphy from a scheduled programme, just weeks after the Irish singer faced online backlash for her views on puberty blockers.

Radio 6 music was set to broadcast five hours of Murphy’s songs, interviews and concert highlights next week, as part of the 6 Music Artist Collection, which celebrates the music and careers of artists and explores their influences and who they have inspired.

Murphy is internationally known for a remix of Sing It Back, released in 1999 with Mark Brydon as part of the electronic music duo Moloko.

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The scheduled set was expected to be aired between midnight and 5am on Monday, and repeated at the same time on Tuesday.



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