1. Susan Kent
    July 31, 2022 @ 7:31 pm

    I felt the same my granddaughter has Tourettes and as you say the programme was very misleading. This is always the problem with television they want to make a sensation to make a good programme hence making cooking programmes in such a stupid fast time, sewing programmes where a silly stupid dress needs to be made out of a tent in one hour, and a garden is destroyed and will never live because the basics have not been done. This is just TV no proper research and is in no way helpful to the viewers, just an easy watch.
    Years ago I worked for the International Red Cross and we had the former Yugoslavian refugees come here we needed publicity to get funding so we had the TV. Smiling happy refugees were never filmed they just zoomed in on the crying kids and parents.
    It is best to keep away from that type of publicity in my opinion.


  2. Susan Richards
    July 30, 2022 @ 10:28 pm

    Well said, Wilamena. It’s so easy to believe everything you hear on the television, and certainly expect a documentary to be well researched. I didn’t see the programme but hope TS friends get their apology!


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