The BBC has received more than 15,000 complaints about its decision to air the musical Jerry Springer - The Opera.
Campaigners Mediawatch UK have railed against the show going out on BBC Two on Saturday because of the high level of swearing.
There have also been thousands of complaints to TV watchdog Ofcom but it cannot respond ahead of the broadcast.
But the BBC has vowed to press ahead with the uncut broadcast, filmed at the Cambridge Theatre, London.
The BBC has admitted the show is "boundary-breaking" and that it will not appeal to some tastes.
But strenuous warnings about the language will be given before it goes out.
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