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ITV NEWS for tomorrow Wednesday25 July
It is reported in the Guardian that
Tini Owens is' locked in' her 40 year marriage and awaits a ruling from the Supreme Court tomorrow that she does not have to prove her husband's unreasonable behaviour at all.

If after reading this article, you find yourself in a similar position, then ITV News would be interested in filming a case study, a man or woman, tomorrow Wednesday 25 July.

Please email us now: ITV News/Divorce Aid

Thank you

ITV Tonight Programme
ITV's Tonight programme is looking into divorce in the 21st century in the UK. We will be exploring different subject like legislation, self-representation, DIY divorce and new divorce trends. 

We are looking for people going who are divorcing or have just gone through the process. Whether it's proving to be a painless or painful journey - we would want to hear from you. 

If you are happy to tell us your story or want to know more about our programme please contact Laura Coquereau by email


Swan Films: Looking to speak to people who are currently going through an amicable separation or have recently done so.

This will be part of a new series with Turner Prize-winning artist Grayson Perry. For these films Grayson is going to devise rites of passage ceremonies that will help British families process genuine milestones in their lives.

Grayson would like to speak to couples in the process of establishing new lives after a separation, with a particular interest in hearing from people parting on harmonious terms. We would like to celebrate the building of a positive future but acknowledging the emotional and logistical complexity a separation can entail. While the ceremonial importance of marriage remains prominent, we get nearly no preparation for the emotional ritual of divorce.

This is a unique opportunity to take part in a ground-breaking series. If you are interested in finding out more about the project please contact Sam mentioning Divorce Aid.

Any initial conversations will be for research purposes and off the record, but also an opportunity to discuss any questions about the project you may have.

For more information on the series:



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