What's this, son...you want answerers to air their thoughts on the side attractions?
Well...off the top of my wee head, remember Mr. Stanier walking off at a Sky News interview some time ago (his profession was being brought to question), and he smilingly allows Mr. Kyle to introduce him as a "Genius" on a daily basis.
Bingo sponsorship; hmm...as easy as taking candy from a baby. Jeremy Kyle's punters belong to the socio-economic C2DE of society (audience in the studio and at home).
Learn Direct...JK sponsorship of old told us; “continuing the deal would not protect and enhance its reputation.” A spokesperson for the government’s communications body, the Central Office of Information (COI), said: “The criticism of the show – sparked by Judge Alan Berg’s remarks earlier this week – means that both Ufi and the COI consider it no longer appropriate for Learn direct to be associated with the programme.”
Judge Alan Berg, you ask; he was the Mancunian judge who whupped Kyle with this sweetie; "human bear-baiting which goes under the guise of entertainment".
Back to Bingo sponsorship...come the adverts, dears who are watching JK can get on their laptops and gamble away - and gamble they do.
Foxy Bingo - and the others saw the Kyle show as a lottery win...they would never lose if he continued to attract the wasters in life.
Security staff; come on, son...that has to happen - but I'll let you into a wee secret, know a wee lass from Peckham who actually ended up on there twice. She had two brothers who were black belts in Taekwondo, and both were in the audience. Kyle got to learn there might be a ruck...and his fatty uniforms might be found wanting, and it ended up with him telling the offender her 'kung fu' brothers were in the house - advising him to behave himself.
You know what it is with bouncers - they mostly work on their appearance. You see a 19 stone baldheaded guy suited up, and you keep quiet. Maybe the ones used on the Kyle show are top boys - but as the punters who are in the show bastards who hit women, weans and nobody over 5'7", the security on such a show must have it easy - and Kyle knows this. I would doubt he would say yes to a mad Brixton family who has a reputation - or anyone else who would tear up.