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Hospital bans Jeremy Kyle's show

17th December 2009

Complaints from patients have led to the Jeremy Kyle Show being banned from TV screens in waiting rooms at Fazakerley hospital in Liverpool.

Televisions in communal areas had previously screened ITV1 programmes all day but have now been switched to BBC1 to avoid "controversial chat shows" that could prove disruptive, Aintree Hospitals Trust said.  However, the hospital's 800 bedside monitors will still receive ITV1. An ITV1 spokesman said it was "entirely a matter for the trust" in deciding which programmes it screened.

 

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Article Information

Title: Hospital bans Jeremy Kyle's show
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 13554
Date Added: 17th Dec 2009

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