Jeremy Kyle breaks silence on Channel 4 documentary Death in the Day

Presenter Jeremy Kyle says ‘every story has two sides’ after Channel 4 aired documentary Death on Daytime last night

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Jeremy Kyle has finally broken his silence following the Channel 4 documentary Death on Daytime.

The 56-year-old presenter, who headed the ITV show for 14 years before it was canceled in 2019, insisted “there are two sides to every story” during an appearance on TalkRADIO today.

Documentary – deals with the tragic death of Steve Dymond, who took his own life after “failing” a polygraph test on the show, revealing he cheated ex-fiancée Jane – aired on Sunday night and also the finale. practice tonight.

Channel 4’s hourly monitoring revealed that former employees assumed guests had been taken advantage of.

Jeremy Kyle broke his silence


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Now, Jeremy has spoken out after the first episode aired last night.

The presenter said he would not elaborate on his guest’s death until all legal proceedings are complete.

Speaking on radio this afternoon, Jeremy said: “Let’s deal with the elephant in the room right away – some text was about a certain program that aired on television last night.

“Yes, I am fully aware. I will just say this, my friends, to you.

“I have maintained a consistent approach over the past three years.

The presenter asserts that ‘every story has two sides’


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“I have said that I will not comment on the tragic death of Steve Dymond until the legal proceedings are over and that is the position I will maintain.

“When – and believe me, there will be a time after the investigation, when I’m right and reasonable, because of course there are two sides to every story – I’ll do it here and I’ll do it for you. , and that’s the most important thing.”

He added: “With the greatest respect, I’d say it.”

The inquest into Steve Dymond’s death will take place later this month.

In the documentary, Steve’s ex-fiancée Jane said: “I think he’s brilliant. I feel sorry for him because he lost his job.

“I don’t hate Jeremy Kyle and I don’t blame him either. I can’t blame someone else when I feel a bit guilty about myself.”

ITV said in a statement to Channel 4: “The Jeremy Kyle Show has been on the air for 14 years.

“At the time, more than 20,000 people joined the program to seek help with relationship problems, or problems related to drugs or alcohol.

“The main purpose of the program is to resolve conflicts and the program has achieved many positive results where people can resolve personal problems.

“The Jeremy Kyle Show is dedicated to expanding and detailing the care processes for contributors built over 14 years.

The show was canceled following the death of guest Steve Dymond

“It has a dedicated guest mental health team with decades of experience in the NHS mental health sector, who are focused on the well-being of guests throughout the production process.

“The guests were supported by the program and the welfare team before filming, during filming and after filming.

“If they require ongoing help, appropriate solutions have been found for them, which may include residential rehabilitation, counseling, anger management, family mediation, continuing mediation. child access or couples counseling.

“Due to the serious nature of the events of May 2019, namely the death of a guest a few days after joining the show, ITV has decided to end production of the show. It would not be appropriate to ITV’s further comment on that investigation will be held later this month.

“ITV does not accept the claim that the center of this show is ‘bad culture’ within the production team. We note that the show includes anonymous former production members who self-identify and others who have Do wrong without proof ITV will never tolerate any behavior Production staff misleading or lying to guests All Jeremy Kyle Show guests are aware of its nature of the show and the style of the presenter before taking part in the recording Most of those who applied to appear saw the show for themselves, agreeing to participate in writing.

“Since 2018, ITV has taken important steps in relation to its obligations to care for participants. ITV has issued new detailed guidance to all of its producers on the protection of participants. in October 2019. implemented by industry regulator Ofcom in 2021.

“ITV also ensures better regulatory oversight of participants’ wellbeing through its Care Department and has created a Mental Health Advisory group involving mental health charities to advises ITV on its policies towards show staff and guests.”

Jeremy Kyle has been approached for a response about the series. He did not provide a statement for the broadcast.

* Death on Daytime airs at 9pm tonight on Channel 4.

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