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LGBT rights group Stonewall said it welcomed the decision and hoped to see more television programmes featuring sexually diverse people.
"The show's commitment to inclusion is welcomed by the community, demonstrating just how far society - and LGBT representation in the media - has come," a Stonewall spokesman told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmuş said: 'There are some strange programmes that would scrap the institution of family, take away its nobility and sanctity.'In an interview with a provincial TV channel carried in the Hurriyet newspaper Kurtulmuş said: 'We are working on this and we are coming to the end of it.
Matchmaking reality shows like Ne Çikarsa Bahtina (Luck of the Draw) are very popular in Turkey but there have been tens of thousands of complaints and the ruling AKP sees them as out of kilter with the Islamic values it has introduced after decades of secularism.By Lin Taylor LONDON, July 6 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A popular dating show on British television will for the first time include lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) contestants, more than 30 years after it was first broadcast.The "Blind Date" episode, to air on Saturday to coincide with London's gay pride march, will feature a woman deciding between three potential female dates who are hidden from view.According to the country’s Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus some of the dating shows, particularly those geared towards engineering a marriage, are “against our family values, culture, faith and traditions.” “There are some strange programmes that would scrap the institution of family, take away its nobility and sanctity,” he told a local TV channel in an interview published by Turkish paper the Hürriyet Daily last week.
He added: “They have high ratings and high advertisement revenue because they are so popular.” , have prompted a wave of criticism from a wide range of the country’s predominantly Muslim inhabitants.
On Thursday, RTUK met with officials of national TV channels to discuss potential new regulations and last week, Kurtulmus insisted the regulations were already being drafted.