Jeremy Kyle returns to broadcasting

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GhostFromTVF
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The infamous Jeremy Kyle is back, this time on talkRADIO where he will host drivetime:

https://radiotoday.co.uk/2021/09/jeremy ... talkradio/

Hopefully he won’t spend the entire show shouting at working-class people!
Blewatter
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He has every right to come back to broadcasting, but after everything that went down on his 'TV Show' (And I use the term loosely), is it right to give him a platform, when he has never even so much as apologised to the family of Steve Dymond?
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Blewatter wrote: Sun 19 Sep, 2021 12.19 He has every right to come back to broadcasting, but after everything that went down on his 'TV Show' (And I use the term loosely), is it right to give him a platform, when he has never even so much as apologised to the family of Steve Dymond?
Kyle has mentioned that he'd discuss it once the legal stuff is over.
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Callum Symes
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Martin Phillp wrote: Thu 23 Sep, 2021 17.50
Blewatter wrote: Sun 19 Sep, 2021 12.19 He has every right to come back to broadcasting, but after everything that went down on his 'TV Show' (And I use the term loosely), is it right to give him a platform, when he has never even so much as apologised to the family of Steve Dymond?
Kyle has mentioned that he'd discuss it once the legal stuff is over.
Nearly 3 years later, has Jeremy discussed about this situation publicly since?
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Callum Symes wrote: Tue 28 May, 2024 20.43
Martin Phillp wrote: Thu 23 Sep, 2021 17.50
Blewatter wrote: Sun 19 Sep, 2021 12.19 He has every right to come back to broadcasting, but after everything that went down on his 'TV Show' (And I use the term loosely), is it right to give him a platform, when he has never even so much as apologised to the family of Steve Dymond?
Kyle has mentioned that he'd discuss it once the legal stuff is over.
Nearly 3 years later, has Jeremy discussed about this situation publicly since?
You ask this, and I found this. Kyle is going to take part in a new inquest into Steve Dymond's suicide. I think this will be the first time he does discuss this in a meaningful way.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/articles/c99zg4w15vxo
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