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How ‘TV’s master of trash’, Jerry Springer, shaped a generation of television

By France24
30 April 2023   |   1:42 pm
We look at the media reaction to Jerry Springer's death, as one newspaper describes him as "TV's master of trash". In other news: BBC Chairman Richard Sharp's job could be on the line, as an investigation into his appointment is due to be published this Friday. Also, young girls in India are dreaming of becoming cricket's next big superstar. Finally, we bring you the story of Dillon Reeves, whose quick thinking saved the day in Michigan!

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