Judge Rinder says 'the media is designed to interfere with people’s moral chemistry'

Judge Rinder says 'the media industry is designed to interfere with people’s moral chemistry'

Judge Rinder said the media industry is designed to interferer with morals

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Judge Robert Rinder visited talkRADIO and revealed more about working in the media, Strictly Come Dancing and his TV show Judge Rinder's Crime Stories.

Rinder told showbiz reporter Johnny Seifert that he had to stop people treating him so well when he arrived at TV studios. "I said 'look, I know my ego and what it’s like and if you carry on like this I’m going to end up like Kim Jong-un of North Korea'" he said.

“Frankly the [media] industry is almost singularly designed to interfere with people’s moral chemistry."

His new series of Judge Rinder's Crime Stories airs on Friday and the judge said: “It’s to entertain and assist people to get a sense of the whole 360 of a crime, from the moment the crime takes place right through to the end of the trial and everybody who’s involved in it."

The judge also exclusively revealed that he's taken up gymnastics again, listen to the full interview above to find out more

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