It made me chuckle this morning, and I was going to mention it anyway, so thanks to the Beeb for quoting Shelagh Fogarty's words in full.
The BBC has apologised after Radio 5 live listeners heard Rage Against the Machine swearing in a live performance of their song Killing In The Name.
As the song was abruptly faded out during the controversial closing bars of the song, listeners heard presenter Shelagh Fogarty say, "get rid of it".
She added: "Sorry. We needed to get rid of that because that suddenly turned in to something we were not expecting.
"Well, we were expecting it and asked them not to do it and they did it anyway"
The offending lyrics?
Fuck you, I won't do what you tell me (x4)
And they didn't listen to you, Shelagh? You don't say.
UPDATE: The Beeb are so ashamed that they have posted the whole thing, including the visual from the USA, on their web-site (the vid is rather good).
The X Factor is an ITV show, but I'm sure that had nothing to do with this being prominently placed on Auntie Comrade's front page.