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The Jeremy Kyle Show is a British tabloid talk show presented by Jeremy Kyle. It has been broadcast on ITV since 4 July The show is based on confrontations in which guests attempt to resolve issues with others that are significant in their lives.
These issues are often related to: The show also features psychotherapist Graham Stanier,  who helps Kyle during the show and assists guests further after they are on air. Arun Ghosh also occasionally appears with medical help, often aiding people with drug or alcohol problems. On 18th April it was announced that when the show returns from its Easter break on the 24th April , it will have a new set and a refreshed look.
In late , Trisha Goddard left ITV to move her Trisha talk show to Five , so as a stopgap , Jeremy Kyle was drafted in to host the talk show The Jeremy Kyle Show until a permanent replacement could be found. During the launch week of the programme, the show was overshadowed by news coverage of the London tube bombings. Earlier in that week, a transmission breakdown disrupted one of the first three showings. The guests typically include people from the working class who are concerned about a person or people close to them with a problem that they would like to be resolved.
Guests on the show have been stereotyped as chavs or representing an ignorant underclass. The show generally follows one of four templates. In the show it is applied to cases of theft and infidelity and is claimed to indicate whether someone is being deceptive. Practitioners claim its results have a high level of accuracy, although this is disputed. The DNA test is used to determine which potential father is the father of the child, or if potential family members need confirmation that they are definitely biologically related, such as brothers and sisters.
The DNA tests are performed by Alpha Biolabs, based in Warrington. The Jeremy Kyle Show speaks to people with unique or rare disabilities or conditions.
It then provides the guests with a certain treat or otherwise hard to come by treatment. This has included purchasing a "hair wig" for a woman with alopecia. The heartwarmer also sometimes involves reuniting people who haven't seen each other for many years, usually a parent and their child or two or more siblings. These shows usually air on a Friday. Celebrities also appear in these segments, for example Nikki Grahame went onto the show to discuss her battle with anorexia nervosa and Jack Tweed went onto the show to talk about the death of his wife Jade Goody , who died of cervical cancer in On Friday 20 December , a Christmas special of the show aired, part of which took place on an ice rink to help raise money for Text Santa , an organisation founded by ITV that donates money to various charities at Christmas.
Kyle and Graham Stanier travelled to Lapland with the guests as a treat. Kyle discusses the problem with the guests and " mediates " between all the involved parties, trying to help them reach a solution; he regularly offers backstage and after-show support and counselling, which is guided by Graham Stanier, Kyle's in-show psychotherapist and director of aftercare.
Frequently, when friends or relatives of the show's guests enter the stage having heard backstage what has been said, strong language and fights break out on the show regularly, although the latter are never shown, instead the camera gives a view of the audience and Jeremy until his security team restores order.
This has led to the show being compared with Roman gladiatorial combat in its brutality. As a talk show host Kyle is known to react with hostility and anger towards those who he sees as having acted immorally, is seen as having a patronising, "holier-than-thou" attitude towards many of his guests, and is accused of exploiting the vulnerable.
The validity of the help that is provided to guests has been called into dispute; professional psychotherapist and TV agony uncle Philip Hodson , who was offered the chance to work on the show claimed that he believed the ratings were more important to the show's producers than solving the guests' problems. The show has been criticised as being intrinsically provocative to the point of being a disgrace to British television.
On 24 September , a Manchester District Judge, Alan Berg, was sentencing a man who headbutted his love rival while appearing on the show. Judge Berg was reported in the Manchester Evening News as saying: This type of incident is exactly what the producers want. These self-righteous individuals should be in the dock with you. They pretend there is some kind of virtue in putting out a show like this. It is made clear to all guests prior to going into the studio that no violence is ever tolerated.
People have the right to criticise. Sometimes people need to be stripped bare before they can be helped. Newspaper columnists subsequently exchanged mixed views about The Jeremy Kyle Show. Fiona Phillips , writing in the Daily Mirror , accused Judge Berg of being out of touch and claimed those appearing on the programme knew exactly what they were letting themselves in for. It has also been alleged by a former guest on the show that due to Ofcom rules, they were forced to change out of a jumper with a branded logo into a tracksuit, before being vilified by Kyle for their clothing choice.
The thousandth episode, broadcast on 18 March , featured actors from Coronation Street acting as their respective characters, discussing fictional problems within the show.
The story centred on what happened on Christmas Day when Tina McIntyre played by Michelle Keegan and Nick Tilsley Ben Price kissed. David Platt played by Jack P. Shepherd suspects Tina slept with his half-brother. Kyle attempted to sort their fictitious problems in the manner in which he would with a real-life story.
In the audience was Graeme Proctor Craig Gazey , David and Tina's friend. On 7 June , a special show was dedicated to finding out about the lives of ex-musicians following the break-ups of their respective groups, during which Kyle interviewed ex- Boyzone member Shane Lynch and ex- member Jimmy Constable.
From 9—13 June , the show aired a week of new celebrity specials, every day at 2: The celebrities included were Tara Palmer-Tomkinson , Shaun Ryder , Tito Jackson , Liz Dawn and Michael Barrymore. The show had exclusive interviews with survivors from the attacks.
The episode "Don't stare at my child…he's an inspiration" featured a number of kids with special needs and they all received surprises from Kyle. Since its debut in , the show's set has undergone various changes, including new "backstage pods" in late , the walls at the side of the stage being changed from wood to a foam material. However, on 9 January , the show unveiled a brand new set, built and installed by Creator International. The Jeremy Kyle Show has been the subject of parody by at least two BBC comedy shows.
In the programme Dead Ringers , a parody of the show has appeared. The show makes no reference to Jeremy Kyle, yet it parodies his show and private lifestyle. This was for celebrities to air their 'differences'. After the show, the host leaves the studio and embarks on a night of drugs, alcohol, sex and criminal activity, before arriving back in the studio in the morning to be cleaned up and start over again. The video for the single " Lost Generation " by British hip hop duo Rizzle Kicks features a parody of the show, with the duo criticising the show and Kyle himself during the song.
In , The Jeremy Kyle show was parodied in the topical satirical puppet sketch show Newzoids. A behind-the-scenes DVD , titled Jeremy Kyle: The DVD also contains backstage footage, swearing which is muted in the televised recording and a background story of a family who feature on the show. In January , ITV announced an agreement to take a pilot version of the show to the United States in , in partnership with Lions Gate Entertainment subsidiary Debmar-Mercury. The pilot proved successful, and in November , the U.
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