Since mid-2016 the CEO of The Reward Foundation, Mary Sharpe, has been making appearances on television. Here are some of them. Filming has recently been completed by BBC Alba and another company commissioned by the BBC for shows in early 2019.
The Scottish Gaelic community saw its first programme dedicated to the impact of pornography with the airing of as a part of the series An Sgrudaire (The Investigator) shown on 21 March 2019.
Ruairidh Alastair is back with more questions about issues that affect the lives of young people, and he is seeking answers by talking with experts, listening to our panellists and researching using his mobile phone and his wits.
In this episode he investigates pornography addiction and what harm it may cause, in an age when access to porn has never been easier with high speed internet connections and mobile phones. The extract shown is Ruairidh’s discussion with Mary Sharpe from The Reward Foundation. The full 15 minute programme will be available here for the next few weeks.
BBC Northern Ireland
Mary Sharpe returned to television on Nolan Live at BBC Northern Ireland on 7th March 2018. She debated the impact of pornography on the mental and physical health of children with the host Stephen Nolan with a porn activist an a recovering porn addict.
Mary Sharpe appeared on Nolan Live at BBC Northern Ireland on 19th October 2016. She debated what to teach children as young as 10 with the host Stephen Nolan and London newspaper columnist Carol Malone. The video is in two parts, each about 6 minutes 40 seconds.