Jeremy Kyle’s mentor Graham Stainer defends show after explosive C4 documentary

After Channel 4’s shocking documentary, Jeremy Kyle Show – Death on Daytime, program advisor Graham Stainer thinks the ITV show ‘has helped thousands’

Graham Stainer thinks Jeremy Kyle's performance has helped people
Graham Stainer thinks Jeremy Kyle’s performance has helped people

Jeremy Kyle’s mentor Graham Stainer defended the show after the C4 documentary exploded.

Experts say the program has helped thousands of people through counseling, family mediation and anger management sessions.

He said: “Many people benefit from the aftercare service provided by JK show, and there are also many people who benefit without appearing on the show… .This service has had a positive impact on lives. of many and in some cases people the needs that are often unheard and ignored in our society have been acknowledged and heard by the child care team. “

The advisor also said how the program challenged “homophobia, agoraphobia and racism and it provides a platform for brave survivors of domestic violence, trauma and trauma.” cherish their childhood because they want to raise public awareness and ultimately help others.”

Graham Stainer defended the Jeremy Kyle show

The Jeremy Kyle Show was throttled by ITV in 2019 following the death of Steve Dymond, who took a polygraph test that ended his marriage.

In 2019, shortly before the show was canceled following Mr Dymond’s death, Stanier appeared before a Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) committee that was investigating Wang’s reality television Great Britain. Kyle declined requests for evidence in the same investigation.

Stanier was asked if he agreed with Kyle’s confrontational presentation style.

“It’s the speaker’s style,” he replied. “I am responsible for myself and my actions. I cannot be held responsible for the conduct of the presenter.

Jeremy doesn’t appear well in the documentary

“I am responsible for myself and for the guests. The responsibility of the presenter lies with the production… I am never comfortable with black and white statements.”

A letter to the committee from ITV executive Carolyn McCall revealed that, during the filming of last season’s own season, Stanier advised the producers to remove 49 guests from the show to protect their interests.

He says he won’t comment on Steve Dymond’s tragic death until legal proceedings are over.

Kyle insists this week there are “two sides to every story” after he and his former co-star were heavily criticized in the documentary.

The TV presenter, 56, said: “I will not comment on the tragic death of Steve Dymond until the legal process is over.”

Kyle said when the time is right, he will “have my say”. An interview will be held later this month.

In the documentary, a former Kyle employee asserted: “Jeremy was extremely upset.”

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