ITV premièred their new adaptation of the Robert Louis Stevenson novel Jekyll and Hyde on Sunday and, in an attempt to win over the Dr. Who audience, decided to air the show at 6.30pm.  This turned out to be a bad decision as media watchdog Ofcom has already received nearly 500 complaints at the level of gore and violence on show whilst most people are tucking into their yorkshire puddings.  The scenes involving someone being shot in the stomach and a man being burned alive seemed to cause the most offence, but show writer Charlie Higson defended the timeslot decision, explaining that kids love all that stuff.