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Whenever you're looking to really express your feelings of anger or passion, a swear word can sometimes come in useful as an extra added punch.
They can help you exclaim, punctuate, intimidate, aggravate, and amuse – not bad when you consider most of them are only four letters long.
Words like s***, t***, c*** and f*** might be considered controversial, but according to wordsmiths they are a fascinating feature of the English language.
Their many benefits are celebrated by Countdown's Susie Dent, 52, who explores the origins of swearwords in a new online series for All4.Click any link on this page, and you'll soon find a wealth of information and opinions about tens of thousands of LP, CD, SACD, DVD, and Blu-Ray recordings of Classical, Jazz, and Film music that have been reviewed in Fanfare.