FunkyTV and Kate Thornton join forces in a new Docusoap which charts the lives of family and friends as they say goodbye to their loved ones.
The show entitled "Goodbye Goodbye" is set to the backdrop of James Blunts back catalogue and will feature stories of people contemplating suicide. The show primarily takes place on various Car parks and High Rise roofs across the country.
Thornton, will be on hand to support families as they say goodbye. Once the jump has taken place and death confirmed, Kate will comfort and offer support to those left behind.
The first episode took place in a car park in Bristol and featured the story of manic depressive David Meadows. Meadows, 42, lived in the Cotham area of Bristol and had just had his house repossessed. Facing poverty and debts of £250,000 Mr Meadows took his own life.
Kate, 36, Former host of the X Factor said in a recent interview "My first role is to be there for the Suicidee, (So far everyone has jumped) then to provide support for the family. It's heart-warming television, and as a girlfriend and mother it really strikes a chord with me, cause like it's suicide isn't it?"
Goodbye Goodbye starts on Monday at 10pm on FunkyTV.