From the Archives, 1977: ABC bans ‘blasphemous’ radio show

First published in The Age on June 8, 1977
The ABC axed a $22,500 satirical series 48 hours before it was due to go to air on national radio.
Titled Domestic Contradictions,  a nine-part series, produced by ABC staff commissioner Marius Webb, was banned after being previewed by senior ABC management.
They said it did not “reach an acceptable broadcasting standard.”