TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady has added her voice to calls for Channel 4 to cancel its controversial documentary Immigration Street.
The broadcaster's plans for a series about immigration were scaled back after programme-makers were confronted on the street during filming.
The show, filmed in Southampton's Derby Road, was originally intended to be a six-part series but Channel 4 will now only broadcast one hour-long episode.
Ms O'Grady said: "Channel 4 needs to respect the views of the Southampton community and cancel Immigration Street.
"The show looks set to encourage social division and hostility towards migrants and the black, minority and ethnic community."
Instead of such irresponsible broadcasting, the media should expose how communities are suffering from the shocking impact of low wages, lousy contracts and cuts to services."
The show will be broadcast on Tuesday as part of a series of programmes looking at the issue of immigration.
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Six single people are going to be introduced at the altar and married off on television in a bid to find the formula for the perfect relationship.
The couples will take part in Channel 4's show Married At First Sight which aims to find out if science can produce a stable marriage.
The show, which is based on a hit Danish programme, will reduce a pool of 200 people down to six singles who will be matched up by a panel of experts and cameras will follow their first six weeks together.
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Video footage of the aftermath of the 9/11 terror attacks in New York which was filmed from space is to be broadcast in full on UK TV for the first time.
The footage, which shows a plume of smoke stretching from the site of the devastated World Trade Centre towers, was filmed from the International Space Station by astronaut Frank Culbertson.
Hours after the attack Mr Culberston discovered his friend Chic Burlingame was one of the pilots killed, when his plane was hijacked by terrorists.
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They will will battle it out in Channel 4's The Jump competing in sports including bobsleigh, skeleton, speed-skating, slalom skiing and cross-country skiing with the worst performers having to brave a huge ski jump to stay in the competition.
Also taking part in hair-raising feats on the snow and ice are former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt, presenters Anthea Turner and Melinda Messenger and Ritchie Neville of reformed boyband 5ive.
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