The BBC has apologised after rock star Iggy Pop used a racist term during the coverage of the Glastonbury Festival.
Iggy Pop performed a set with his band The Stooges
During a studio interview after his performance, the veteran musician made the remark while talking about visiting shops in north London.
Hosts Jo Whiley and Mark Radcliffe made no on-air apology on Saturday night, prompting three viewer complaints.
A spokesman for the corporation said: "We would like to apologise if anyone was offended."
The rock musician gave the interview after a set with his band The Stooges, which was temporarily halted as 200 fans stormed the stage.
In the interview, the singer launched into a long anecdote about going to Camden, and visiting "Paki shops".
The presenters on the BBC Two programme made no reference to the word after it had been said.