A BBC Radio 4 show broadcast on the Queen’s 90th birthday that included jokes about her sex life was in “serious breach” of editorial guidelines, the BBC Trust has ruled.

The episode of Don’t Make Me Laugh, which sees comedians discuss topics without causing the audience to chuckle, went out on 21 April.

It included the subject “The Queen must have had sex at least four times.”

The BBC received over 100 complaints and apologised the following day.

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