How can we improve? All of a sudden, I wasn't Chris Lyons any more. I was just that guy off The Jeremy Kyle Show. However producers said they were 'incredibly proud' of the show helping people 'via a properly structured and resourced system of help and care'.
Douglas Naylor was the voice of hooliganism when he appeared on the show in his 30s in , pitched against the parents of a Leeds fan who had been killed in Istanbul in - something he claims he was not warned about.
He said the show portrayed him as a hooligan going to Germany for the World Cup to cause trouble. When he eventually got there, he was deported. Naylor, a Sheffield Wednesday fan, admitted that he would get involved in organised fights with gangs, but before he appeared on the show he was only known to police in Sheffield. Naylor said: 'They wouldn't say they fired me for going on the show. But they fired me for one mistake, after a whole career in it. The TV appearance increased his notoriety, and he ended up in a fight with Sheffield United fans that saw him hit with a lump hammer.
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All rights reserved. Frequently, when friends or relatives of the show's guests enter the stage having heard backstage what has been said, strong language and fights break out on the show regularly, although the latter was not shown, instead, the camera gives a view of the audience and Kyle until his security team restores order. This has led to the show being compared, by a former producer, with Roman gladiatorial combat in its brutality.
As the talk show's host, Kyle was known to react with hostility and anger towards those who he sees as having acted improperly.
Paul Vallely related an intervention by Kyle in "'I don't mean to be judgemental,' he adjudges. He has expressed a belief he was acting in the best interests of the guests and is intent on helping to solve their personal problems. After the show had been running for nearly four years, Kyle said over people in rehabilitation which was funded by the programme.
The validity of the help that is provided to guests has been called into dispute; professional psychotherapist and TV agony uncle Phillip Hodson , who was offered the chance to work on the show said that he believed the audience ratings were more important to the show's producers than solving the guests' problems.
In the show a polygraph referred to as a " lie detector" is applied to cases of theft and infidelity and the method is claimed to indicate whether someone is being deceptive.
At one point to prove the legitimacy of the "lie detector" test Jeremy Kyle performed a live on stage test with the question, "Are you, or have you ever been a llama? Carole Cadwalladr wrote in The Observer in "Kyle regularly claims the lie detector is 96 per cent accurate, whereas a survey of psychologists estimated it to be 61 per cent.
Or not much better than chance. Practitioners claim its results have a high level of accuracy, although this is disputed. By May , the programme had directly led to two court cases related to assault and leading to convictions. On 24 September , a Manchester District Judge, Alan Berg, was sentencing a man who headbutted his love rival while appearing on the show. It seems to me that the purpose of this show is to effect a morbid and depressing display of dysfunctional people whose lives are in turmoil", and that it was "a plain disgrace which goes under the guise of entertainment".
He described it as "human bear-baiting " and added that "it should not surprise anyone that these people, some of whom have limited intellects, become aggressive with each other.