Delilah and cancelling songs
By BBC Radio 4
A row over whether it's appropriate for the Tom Jones classic song Delilah to be sung at Welsh Rugby matches because it depicts violence against women.
Some claim that domestic violence spikes around rugby matches, making the song even more inappropriate. Others point to the long British and American tradition of songs about murder and question whether a song can provoke domestic abuse. Should we impose modern values on culture from the past?
Presenter: Adam Fleming
Producers: Lucy Proctor, Phoebe Keane, Ellie House and Octavia Woodward.
Editor: Emma Rippon