OOPSY DAISY FIASCO; Beeb U-turn over TV toy's white face.
RED-FACED BBC bosses have been forced to replace a doll - over claims of racism.
Upsy Daisy is the only character from toddlers' show In The Night Garden with a brown face.
But dolls made by US firm Hasbro came back with whiter faces, prompting complaints from parents and antiracism groups.
Robyn Price, 34, said: "Upsy Daisy is brown.
"My four-year-old daughter couldn't understand why I had brought home a white-faced Upsy Daisy doll."
The National Assembly Against Racism said: "By replacing the only brown character with a white-tinted doll, it looks as if the producers of the doll have reverted to racist 1950s attitudes."
BBC Worldwide denied the doll had been lightened for commercial reasons.
But after a review they asked Hasbro to create a new version with a darker face.
WHITE: The doll