I DON'T think I am alone in being pleased that the Jeremy Kyle Show has been axed on ITV.

The man and his programme often took the mickey out of vulnerable people and he seemed to thrive on it.

On my days off work, I would cringe as soon as the programme started and I would jump up and turn it over before trying to get myself back to normal by listening to a farmyard sounds CD after seeing his smug face on television, and thankfully the moo-sic soothed my soul.

Good riddance, Kyle, and don't come back. "Baaaa", "mehhhhh", "mooooo, moooooo". I best switch the kettle on.

Christopher Wardell, Darlington