Greek state television has come under fire for cutting a gay kiss out of Downton Abbey. Broadcaster NET said it was just playing by the rules because the time the programme was being broadcast.
The ITV1 drama was given its Greek TV debut just after 10pm. Bosses said an unedited version would be shown in a later time slot.
The scene shows a kiss between a visiting duke and Downton's footman Thomas.
But some believe the broadcaster may have come under pressure to drop the scene.
Dimitris Papadimoulis, from the main Greek opposition party Syriza, says NET may have caved in to a request from the far-right Golden Dawn party or religious authorities.
Greece has seen an upsurge in right-wing extremism since elections in June ushered the ultra-nationalist Golden Dawn party to parliament for the first time in its history.