"We don't view this as dumbing down BBC4," said new channel controller Ben Dover, "more raising the bar as to what can be achieved in nudity-based television. We want to bring the arts and culture to a new audience - one with its trousers round its ankles."
At the helm of BBC Phwoar's opening night programming will be magazine show 'Look at my Arts", in which a pouting Mark Lawson will encourage viewers to text to see wider views of post-war architecture. Viewers can also call a premium-rate number to let the presenters know what they would like to do to early nude studies by Rembrandt.
Daily news and analysis will be similarly re-packaged, with the news presenters craning their heads around at the camera while making a 'phone me' gesture between reports.
Music programmes will also feature on the schedule, beginning with a recital of Schubert piano works, presented by Cindi. Conversely, popular Babestation content will continue, commencing with a spanking special, live from the Royal Opera House.
Quiz show Only Connect, presented by Victoria Coren, will remain unchanged.