Channel 4’s chief executive has said scenes shown on programmes such as Big Brother more than 10 years ago would not be deemed acceptable now, and the broadcaster would not allow them to be aired.
Channel 4’s chief executive has said things broadcast on programmes such as Big Brother a decade or more ago would not be deemed acceptable now.
ITV said it provided psychological support to Love Island stars who appear upset after the show was criticised by a domestic violence charity over the “possessive” behaviour of a contestant.
Jeremy Kyle has been asked to appear before MPs investigating reality TV.
Pamela Anderson has called for an end to reality television, saying it is “an epidemic of ugliness”.
Reality TV shows like Love Island send an “unbelievably dangerous” message to young people about body appearance, a leading headteacher has said.