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Reality tv inquiry

Inquiry

The inquiry will consider production companies’ duty of care to participants, and ask whether enough support is offered both during and after filming, and whether there is a need for further regulatory oversight in this area. The DCMS Committee’s decision to launch the inquiry into reality TV comes after the death of a guest following filming for The Jeremy Kyle Show and the deaths of two former contestants in the reality dating show Love Island.

Reports, special reports and government responses

No reports or special reports published.

Oral evidence transcripts

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4 September 2019
Inquiry Reality tv inquiry
Witnesses Yewande Biala and Marcel Somerville, former Love Island contestants; Dwayne Davison and Robert Gregory, former Jeremy Kyle Show participants (at 3.30pm).
Oral Evidence
25 June 2019
Inquiry Reality tv inquiry
Witnesses Julian Bellamy, Managing Director, ITV Studios, Tom McLennan, Director of Entertainment, North ITV Studios and Executive Producer, The Jeremy Kyle Show, and Graham Stanier, Director of Aftercare, The Jeremy Kyle Show; Dame Carolyn McCall, Chief Executive, Sir Peter Bazalgette, Chairman, and Chris Wissun, Director of Content Compliance, ITV plc (at 11.30am).
Oral Evidence
The Choir with No Name (RTV0061)
Joint submission by Specialist Advisers to Reality tv inquiry, 31 October 2019 (RTV0062)
Matt Zarb-Cousin supplementary (RTV0060)

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