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Friday, 25 April 2014

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Breach of rules after football boss swears on BBC Radio Cumbria

BBC Radio Cumbria has been found in breach of Ofcom rules after Barrow AFC manager Dave Bayliss swore twice during a live interview.

Mr Bayliss made the comments following a football match to sports presenter Andy Wood, who apologised at the end of the six-minute interview broadcast at 5pm September 14.

A studio presenter also made another apology shortly afterwards, while Mr Bayliss himself apologised to a listener on air 10 days later.

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