Channel 4's show tested whether today's "cotton wool kids" can survive alone for a fortnight, and subsequently created uproar across the country.
It follows children as young as eight who have been left to fend for themselves in a Big Brother-style house. Their antics began innocent and pleasant, however they are later seen crying and begging to be allowed to go home with several of the girls filmed being reduced to tears by bullying. Violent scenes erupted between the boys, including one who pointed a knife at another.
Parents were allowed to watch the filming on CCTV cameras in a nearby house and were told they could take their children out of the program at any time.
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