FUNNIEST JEREMY KYLE IS AWESOME....!!! (part two of three)





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Published on 27 Aug 2008

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Radio career
After graduating from the University of Surrey,[1] Kyle began his career in radio in 1992 for GWR (Great Western Radio) near Swindon, Wiltshire, he worked as a Sales Representative selling advertising space. In 1995 he worked in the Sales department at Orchard FM.[2] After a brief stint presenting, he was signed by Kent's Invicta FM in 1996. In 1997, he joined Birmingham's BRMB, presenting Late & Live every Sunday - Friday from 10pm - 1am. He also presented Jezza's Jukebox.

In 2000, Kyle moved to the Century FM network, taking this format with him. The show was called Jezza's Confessions. It broadcast between 9pm and 1am. On July 1, 2002, he made his first broadcast on Virgin Radio, presenting Jezza's Virgin Confessions every weekday 8pm - Midnight. In mid 2003 he broadcast the show from 9pm - 1am every weekday and, in January 2004, the show went out 10pm - 1am Sunday - Thursday. The beginning of June 2004 saw his departure from Virgin Radio.

In July 2004, Capital Radio announced it had signed Kyle to present the Confessions show on London's Capital FM from September 5, 2004. The new programme aired from Sunday to Thursday 10pm - 1am including live calls on relationship issues of all kinds. Capital Confessions came to an end on December 22, 2005, to make way for The Jeremy Kyle Show, a similar show which ran from January 2006 to December 2006, at which point Kyle left radio altogether.

In late 2007, Kyle began a new show (The Jeremy Kyle Show), broadcasting across Gcap Media's One Network, of which Orchard FM, Invicta FM and BRMB, his previous employers, are a part. The programme differs from his previous shows in that he now interviews other celebrities. Kyle also began broadcasting a new show, on Essex FM, in November 2007[3].

In July 2008, it was announced that Kyle would be joining talkSPORT from September 21, 2008 to present a lunchtime sports show every Sunday called The Jeremy Kyle Sunday Sports Show.

[edit] TV career
Main article: The Jeremy Kyle Show
In 2005 Kyle moved his format to ITV, with a programme also entitled The Jeremy Kyle Show. Here Kyle has reached his widest audience to date. His often aggressive manner with guests (parodied by Dead Ringers) has been the source of both popularity and criticism. He is seemingly unafraid of reprisal from his guests, believing that speaking his mind is better than holding his peace. Guests sometimes take offence at Kyle's comments, one guest even attempting to throw a chair at him, but he often justifies his criticism by claiming that he only wants to help them. Kyle recently claimed on air that his show was watched by 1.8 million viewers, a very high figure for a daytime chat show. The programme has also been parodied in the BBC comedy The Life and Times of Vivienne Vyle.

In September 2007 Judge Alan Berg described The Jeremy Kyle Show, popular with students, as trash which existed to "titillate bored members of the public with nothing better to do". He went on to say "It seems to me that the purpose of this show is to affect a morbid and depressing display of dysfunctional people whose lives are in turmoil" and added that it was "human bear-baiting".[4]

In February 2008, The Jeremy Kyle Show was again criticised in court after a man who found out during the recording of a show that he was not the father of his wife's baby later pointed an air rifle at her.[5]

Other shows Kyle is involved with include Kyle's Academy, a ten part series for ITV1 daytime which first aired on 18th June 2007.[5] A team of experts (life coaches and psychotherapists), headed by Jeremy Kyle take 5 people and work with them over an intensive fortnight to help them on the road to a happier more fulfilled life.

Kyle has also presented Half Ton Hospital, a show about morbidly obese people in the United States.

[edit] Family life
Kyle has one daughter, Harriet (born June 1990), with his first wife Kirsty Holt whom he married in July 1989 in Almondsbury near Bristol. They had met in autumn 1988 at a Bristol recruitment agency where she was a 20 year old secretary and he was 22.[citation needed] They became engaged in December 1988, and their marriage lasted until December 1990, during which time his wife claims that Kyle had carefully concealed a gambling habit from her.[6] He married former model Carla Germaine in December 2002 in North Warwickshire; the pair met when Kyle was presenting on a BRMB radio show and Germaine was a winning contestant to be a bride for a controversial Two Strangers and a Wedding contest hosted by the station.[7] They since have two daughters together named Alice (born January 2004) and Ava (born October 2005).


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