TV Host Seeks £3.7M From BBC For Crash Test Stunt Injuries

Law360, London (May 24, 2021, 7:04 PM BST) -- A popular BBC television science program host said he was suicidal over the mental and physical suffering he's endured as a result of a stunt in which he acted as a crash test dummy, a show producer told a London court Monday.

Jeremy "Jem" Stansfield is seeking millions of pounds in damages in his High Court lawsuit against the British Broadcasting Corp. for his injuries, which he claims have deprived him of lucrative potential future earnings.

Ed Booth — a series producer for the show, "Bang Goes The Theory" — took the witness stand on Monday during a damages trial over the...

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