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Award winning programme Channel 4 Dispatches is set to air an explosive documentary on Saturday night which is reportedly set to highlight bad behaviour by an A-list household name

Everything we know about Channel 4 Dispatches as new ‘mystery’ documentary set to air

Channel 4 Dispatches is set to share yet another controversial documentary, with very little being shared other than it involves a well known celebrity.

The documentary series, which has previously covered divisive and controversial topics, is returning for a dramatic episode which is believed to be highlighting bad behaviour by an A-list household name. The contents of the Dispatches, which will discuss a number of celebrities in the industry, is said to be potentially hugely damaging and has the main celebrity in question reportedly in crisis mode.

We’ve taken a look at what Channel 4 Dispatches is going to cover in it’s next documentary…

Dispatches has been running since 1987 on Channel 4(Channel 4)

What does Channel 4 Dispatches cover?

Channel 4 Dispatches regularly covers controversial and divisive topics for its documentary series, which has been running since 1987. The Channel 4 current affairs show has previously won numerous awards including the British Academy Television Awards and the British Academy Television Craft Awards.

It’s previous programmes have covered controversial topics including one titled as ‘Jeremy Kyle Show: Death On Daytime’ showed the scale of the appalling treatment and lack of care towards some guests and staff on ITV’s The Jeremy Kyle Show.

The Jeremy Kyle Show was cancelled in 2019 after 14 years on the air following the death of guest Steve Dymond, who took his own life after filming an episode where he failed a lie detector test that told his fiancée he had cheated, something he denied.

In another episode in 2013, Channel 4 went against legal threats from ITV when they aired an undercover sting allegedly showing soap stars promoting bogus products on Twitter, now X. The one-hour film, titled Celebs, Brands and Fake Fans, aired in August that year.

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