The former Gardeners' World presenter's afternoon chat show on ITV1, The Alan Titchmarsh Show, has attracted 301 complaints so far this year, according to media regulator Ofcom.
They complained it was inappropriate for the former Gardeners' world presenter to promote sex aids on a pre-watershed programme.
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And he was also criticised for hosting a discussion on violence in video games, which was accused of bias in warning against the impact of the games on children.
The top three most complained about shows were all on Sky News.
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