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    JEREMY Kyle has smashed radio records on TalkRadio for his Drive Time show. It comes as the former king of daytime TV is preparing to launch his new hit TalkTV show. 2Jeremy Kyle is preparing to launch his new TV showCredit: Darren Fletcher - Commissioned by The Sun 2The listenership of his radio show has soaredCredit: Talk TV / LIVE In September he joined TalkRadio as host of the Drivetime show on Mondays to Thursdays at 4-7pm. And latest Broadcasting reports have shown his popularity has soared - with a 40 per cent hike in fans tuning in. Now following the success of his radio return - his new TV show, which will air on weeknights, will cover topical news and current affairs on TalkTV. Known as Jez to friends, the host began his broadcasting career on local radio in 1996. It was there he created popular formats including Jezza’s Confessions, which would form the basis for his daytime TV series The Jeremy Kyle Show, which ran from 2005 to 2019. Most read in TVPOSING LIKE A BOSS Kylie's stunning...
    THE Jeremy Kyle show was taken off the air indefinitely after a guest who failed a love-cheat lie detector test took his life days after appearing on the show. Who was Steve Dymond and what actually happened in the lead up to his tragic death? 1 Steve's ex-fiancé claimed he had applied for the show to prove he was telling the truth about being loyalCredit: Darren Fletcher - The Sun Who was Steve Dymond? Steve Dymond, 63, was found dead on May 9, 2019, shortly after he appeared on the daytime ITV programme - The Jeremy Kyle Show. The construction worker had first split from his fiancée Jane Callaghan in February that year after she accused him of cheating on her, seeing him sign up to the talk show in a bid to prove her wrong. Just seven days after his appearance, Dymond was found dead at his home after taking his own life. The 63-year-old was laid to rest by the local council after cutting ties with his family before he died. What happened on The Jeremy Kyle Show? Dymond went...
    JEREMY Kyle has sensationally revealed his celebrity pals ABANDONED him after his show was axed following the death of a guest. The legendary presenter said famous friends who he'd been close to for years simply "disappeared" after the hit ITV show — where he confronted guests with problems — was binned. 3Jeremy Kyle has opened up to The Sun in his first interview since his hit show was axedCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd. 3The legendary talk show host said he got a frosty reception from celeb pals who 'disappeared' when his career was thrown into crisisCredit: Rex Features In his first interview to mark his return to broadcasting with a weekday drivetime show on talkRADIO, Jeremy, 56, broke his silence to The Sun and told how despite his long service to the network, many star names and senior execs were quick to distance themselves. However, Piers Morgan and Declan Donnelly were at the forefront of a small group of star names who were there to support him — as many others went AWOL. Recalling the incident which saw Jezza's show canned...
    JEREMY Kyle has spoken out for the first time since his chat show was scrapped, admitting he felt "scapegoated". Telly host Jeremy, 56, lost his popular ITV programme after 14 years following a participant's suspected suicide. 2Jeremy Kyle says he felt 'scapegoated' and 'hunted' after a guest from his show diedCredit: Rex Features 2The star's talk show was canned in the wake of the incidentCredit: Rex Construction worker  Steve Dymond died shortly before his episode was due to air. He had failed a lie detector test when he had filmed the programme. The construction worker overdosed on morphine while suffering an underlying heart problem. He applied to be on the show to prove he had not cheated on his ex — but failed a lie-detector test. His family claim his appearance on the show was too much for him to cope with. An inquest remains ongoing, with a coroner set to hear evidence.  However, in his first interview to mark his return to broadcasting with a weekday drivetime show on talkRADIO, Jeremy, 56, broke his silence to The Sun and said...
    JEREMY Kyle has rev­ealed that being sacked from his ITV show saw him on pills for anxiety. Jeremy, 56, believes he was made a scapegoat when his daytime hit was axed after a participant’s suspected suicide. 7Jeremy Kyle opens up for the first time about being sacked from his daytime hit showCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd. 7The star, 56, reveals he had to take pills for anxiety after The Jeremy Kyle Show was scrapped following a participant's suspected suicideCredit: Rex He said last night it left him “completely devastated”, adding: “I just couldn’t bring myself to leave the house or even open the curtains.” Kyle admits he thought stars complaining about their mental health struggles should “get a grip” — until he found himself in similar turmoil. The axed presenter, 56, has told how he spiralled into depression after The Jeremy Kyle Show was binned following the death of a guest. He revealed: “I used to think ‘get a grip’ when some celebrities talked about those sort of problems. “But suddenly I realised first-hand you can’t always do that....
    JEREMY Kyle Show producers would be given Champagne for high conflict episodes and staff feared they would get the sack if a show was too tame, according to reports. The show was axed and heavily criticised in May 2019 following the death of Steve Dymond a week after he appeared on the programme as a guest. 3Jeremy Kyle Show producers have spoken out about the programmeCredit: Rex Features Bosses would reportedly rate episodes from A to D based on how likely guests were to kick off. And former producers on the show have now told The Guardian how they feared for their jobs if they didn't help create explosive episodes. One ex staffer said stories that ran longer or involved multiple lie detector tests would score higher. Those who got the most As would get Champagne, prestige and job security. Another explained: “An ‘A’ show would be a high conflict show – not physical, but something where it goes off, there’s lots of storming around the studio, lots of heightened emotions, lots of shouting… when they come on and they...
    JEREMY Kyle Show expert Graham Stanier is still trying to help people - revealing he has signed up as an NHS volunteer. The 62-year-old star was praised by fans after he revealed he's working as an NHS volunteer. 4The Jeremy Kyle show's expert Graham Stanier is volunteering for the NHSCredit: Instagram The star shared a snap of him smiling while wearing a in a high-visibility jacket. He captioned the post: "Supporting people in the community during lockdown. Getting involved." A number of fans flocked to applaud the star, with one writing: "That's brilliant, well done." Another posted: "What a gentleman you are." 4The star said he found it 'rewarding' giving up his time to help othersCredit: Instagram A third added: "Well done Graham. Stay safe." Graham worked alongside the former host as the backstage and often offstage counsellor to the Jeremy Kyle guests. The pair lost their jobs when the show was dropped back in 2019 after a guest died from an overdose. They reunited on Christmas Day - seven months after their hit show was axed. Graham was well...
    A TV producer on The Jeremy Kyle Show hanged herself after she struggled to find work when the programme was axed following a guest’s suicide, an inquest heard today. Natasha Reddican, 31, downed wine and whiskey after a scheduled job interview was cancelled - before taking her own life at her Greater Manchester home. 7Natasha Reddican, who worked as a producer on The Jeremy Kyle Show, was found dead at home earlier this year 7Natasha, pictured in a group with Jeremy Kyle, died nine months after the programme was axedCredit: gavin rodgers/Pixel8000 07917221968 7The show came to an end after a guest took his own life Credit: ITV The tragedy happened just nine months after the programme was taken off air following the suicide of guest Steve Dymond. Ms Reddican, who had worked on the show for six years, was found by her boyfriend when he returned from work on February 27. Her mother, Laraine Law, told an inquest in Bolton today that her daughter's job was "everything to her". She said: "For that to be taken from her...
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