Jeremy Kyle show suspended indefinitely after guest dies following filming

Jeremy Kyle show suspended indefinitely after guest dies following filming

The daytime tabloid talk show, in which host Kyle quizzes participants on family disputes, has aired on ITV since 2005.

"ITV will not screen the episode in which they featured", they added.

ITV halted filming of the show with immediate effect after it was revealed on Monday that a guest had died a week after they recorded an episode.

"The Jeremy Kyle Show' has been suspended by its British broadcaster after a contestant died following an appearance on the show".

A TV insider who claims he used to work on The Jeremy Kyle Show has said the death of a recent guest is "the tip of the iceberg" and accused the programme of "exploiting" vulnerable guests.

Jeremy Kyle, pictured in 2015.

It is not known the contents of the episode the participant took part in.

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"Although we can only assess content that has been broadcast, we are discussing this programme with ITV as a priority to understand what took place".

The programme attempts to mediate an array of issues and conflicts between family and friends in front of studio audience.

It has often faced criticism for its treatment of vulnerable guests.

And it was branded a "human form of bear baiting" by district judge Alan Berg after Mr Staniforth, then 45, attacked an ex-lodger who had run off with his wife.

'It is for no more and no less than titillating members of the public with nothing better to do with their mornings'. They were there when he needed help.

The show was recorded on May 2 but Ms Callaghan revealed she last saw him four days before he was found dead last week.