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Following a segment about the return of First Dates, the topical magazine show visited Southall based Asian marriage introduction service, Suman Marriage Bureau, to speak to main matchmaker Parag Bhargava. #The One Show #One Show #BBC1 #BBC @BBCThe One Show," posted another.
However, when Parag spoke to the camera, he explained that he creates matches based on religions including "Sikh, Hindu, Gujarati, Muslim and English". A third asked: "Did anyone else laugh when the nice man listed 'English' as a religion?
We do pride ourselves in that we will give honest and real advice.
If somebody is overweight I will say to them 'Look, with all due respect, you need to do something about this because guys or girls, they want somebody who is in good health, good shape."One outraged fan of The One Show tweeted: "So no one wants an overweight person.
One viewer tweeted: "The BBC promoting a backward & out of date practice of Asian dating bureau #theoneshow pathetic," as another wrote: "How can you be promoting a racially biased dating agency on prime time 21st century TV?
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As a result, Mr Phillips said the major broadcasters often remain 'hideously white' in their choice of programming.
Viewers singled out a series of shows which either fail to reflect diversity in Britain or are guilty of 'exaggerated and extreme' portrayals of their communities.
Britain's most popular television shows, including The Vicar of Dibley and Neighbours, have been branded 'too white' by black and Asian viewers.