The BBCA broadcast ran 55 minutes without commercials, so 4.5 minutes was edited for time. No language was edited (several instances of the s-word were left intact), but boobs were blurred (rear nudity in photographs was not censored, however).
So i guess the BBCA "rule" is that a 60-minute BBC show in an 80-minute slot, like the Doctor Who Christmas special or the upcoming season of Top Gear, is full length, but in a 75-minute slot about 4-5 minutes is edited for time.
Overall, I enjoyed the premiere, and the episode felt complete, even though 4.5 minutes was cut. I'd be interested to know what was cut - when BBCA aired Torchwood S1 and S2, about 4 minutes was cut per episode to fit a 60-minute slot, but from watching the DVDs later, most of this time was establishing/lingering shots of a location, whose absence wasn't really noticed.
Looking forward to next week.