Jodie Marsh: Bullied
Coming soon to Channel 5, Jodie Marsh: Bullied. Every day, thousands of children are physically and mentally abused by bullies – physically hurt, verbally insulted, at school, in the street, online ... for the victims, there’s no escape. For Jodie Marsh, it’s an issue that’s personal as bullying profoundly changed her own life. She faced up to this in her previous documentary My Secret Past and now she wants to shine a light on this nationwide issue and look at what can be done.
Note to Editors:
Jodie Marsh: Beat The Bullies is a Dragonfly/GroupM Entertainment production. The Series Producer is Rob Rawlings.
The series will take the following format: 2 X 60 minutes.
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