Benefits Street’s Dee Kelly is promised to be seen as we’ve ‘never seen her before’, when she makes her movie debut this summer in Richard Billingham’s new film installation Ray.
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Channel 4 has commissioned Love Productions to make a second series of ‘controversial’ observational documentary Benefits Street, the series that sparked a national debate around poverty and the welfare state in Britain earlier this year.
Ofcom has launched an investigation into Benefits Street.
Trollumnist Katie Hopkins is set to take centre stage tonight on Channel 5’s Big British Immigration Row Live.
Benefits Street will return to Channel 4 for a second series, Broadcast reports. The broadcaster has re-commissioned the controversial show from Love Productions after it attracted an average audience of 4.8 million viewers. The second series won’t be set in Birmingham, it is understood. The first series ignited an important debate about the welfare system, and we are interested in seeing if we can revisit this through the experiences of residents of a
Following the reaction to Channel 4 series Benefits Street and the claims the series was edited to cut out most of the decent and working people who live in the street for a ‘sensationalist’ ratings grabbing slant, the broadcaster is to air a follow up documentary where the residents featured in the show will be able to reflect on the series.
Some have called for the revival of Tyne Tees TV’s Friday Live! or Central Television’s Central Weekend as Benefits Row Live on Channel 5 last night reminded viewers that a late night barney is great television viewing.
As Channel 5 prepare to air The Big Benefits Row: Live, a YouGov survey has brought to light how some of the UK is feeling about the benefits system.
Channel 4 has refused to make an apology to the residents who feature in the controversial documentary series Benefits Street.
Channel 4 is to air a debate concerning their ‘fly on the wall’ documentary series Benefits Street.