Cut from the broadcast — F-words, Derry girls, and tirades
Today's ABC radio segment in both Victoria and Western Australia features speeches that have been cut short by the broadcaster. The Siobhan McSweeney Derry Girls one is a BAFTA classic.
This week at the Tony Award’s, director Michael Arden drew a standing ovation from the crowd as he accepted a Tony for Best Direction for a Musical for his revival of ‘Parade’.
In his speech, Arden did that thing of a reclaiming a word that has become a no-go slur, when he said:
Growing up, I was called the F-word more times than I can remember. And all …