Not seen the programme and I don't think it would be my cup of tea but I bet there's a whole raft of naturists out there that would disagree. I suppose a lot depends on the context in which the programme was made, if done for just for viewers titilation (not sure I should have used that word under the circumstances) it's definitely out of order.
Haven't seen the programme and must admit I wouldn't watch it as it holds no interest for me.
Personally I've always thought we live in the wrong country for nudists anyway as I'm always cold even when I have all my clothes on. I would be freezing bits of me off if I went around in the buff. And since I'm as ugly as sin it wouldn't be a good look. I look bad enough fully dressed.
"Always cold" No wonder all naturists seem to have small bits and beards. I think these so called naturists that constantly parade around in front of their children and friends at home, are a bit on the perverted side. Very odd behaviour indeed. One step away from being a flasher. Would you let your children visit friends with parents who do that at home?
Hardly, flashers do their thing for pure sexual gratification which I think is the furthest thought from the naturists mind.
"Would you let your children visit friends with parents who do that at home?"
No, I wouldn't, but that's simply because I'm not a naturist and would not be comfortable having me and mine naked outside my home environment. That's not to say that other people, who are comfortable with the idea should not.
A further thought strikes me, I have two young granddaughters who often have a bath with Mum or Dad or Grandma, is their a difference?
Yes their is a difference in my opinion. As you state "young" children,and bathtime.You can't have a bath with your clothes on. The programmes usually feature families with older children who are basically taught that is is acceptable to walk around naked without caring who sees them. When a child becomes a teenager,how can it be normal to walk around the house with mum,dad and sis all naked. Whats the point?
I really can't comment about the content of the programme as I've not seen it, but it would worry me if older children are being "taught" it is acceptable to be naked. I really don't see the harm in families being naked together if they are comfortable with the idea, that the idea is natural to them, and is done within the family or in places where likeminded folk gather.