Meanwhile, The Martin Lewis Money Show Live is competing for best factual show, against Clarkson’s Farm, Sort Your Life Out, and Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs.
Earlier this year, it was revealed that former colleagues Holly and Phillip Schofield might face off at the NTAs, after both were named to the TV presenter longlist. However, neither of them made the cut.
Elsewhere, the late Dame Deborah James is being recognised in the written documentary category for her film Bowelbabe in Her Own Words, which broadcast on the BBC about her life after being diagnosed with terminal bowel cancer and dying in June 2022 at the age of 40.
Other nominations include musician Lewis Capaldi for his show How I’m Feeling Now, Busted’s Matt Willis for his video Fighting Addiction, and former professional rugby league player Rob Burrow’s Living with MND, who was diagnosed with motor neurone disease in 2019.
‘I didn’t know what was going on behind the scenes, when they have these little personal interview things and how it is and that and I saw that was like, “Is that what you guys think of me? That’s terrible,”’ Tyson shared lightheartedly with a smile and a chuckle.
Paris chimed in: ‘We’d be explaining to the cameras, “This is what he’s like and this is what he does,” and then he’d say, “You think I’m crazy, don’t you?” I’m like, “Well you kind of are but, you know – we’ve learned to love you. We’ve learned to live with you.”’
While he may not have agreed with all his family said during their one-on-ones with the camera, Tyson remarked that it was ‘quite nice’ to find out how everyone truly felt.
‘It’s an awesome thing to see because you never know what people say when you turn your back. Now I get the chance to have a little view and see what it’s like,’ he said, as Paris added: ‘It’s quite nice, though.’
Tyson also mentioned how ‘fabulous’ it is because At Home With The Furys lays such a significant emphasis on mental health throughout its nine episodes.
‘I think it’s fantastic. The more people speak about mental health, the more they see it,the more normal it becomes, and the more people can get help and get well again,’ he stated.
‘Smashing the stigma on mental health never stops – it’s a constant battle, because there’s always people out there saying, “Well, it’s not really a real thing. It’s made up yada yada yada.”
‘I think I’ve had quite a lot to do with the transformation in this country on mental health over the years. I think we’re in a very healthy position where the more people like myself and everyone else keeps talking about it, the more easy it will become.’
Paris remarked on how ‘open’ her husband was about his mental health on the series, saying that there was ‘no hiding it’.
‘When Tyson came in on a bad day, and he’d almost be at the edge of saying, “No cameras, I don’t want to show that.” But that was realistic and that’s what we’ve captured, and it’s also showing the world that you don’t just get rid of mental health,’ she said.
‘You live with it and you learn to live with it and it shows there’s parts on there that’ll maybe help somebody to show how Tyson deals with it, how I deal with it as a partner and I think it’ll be really healthy for the mental health ambassadors.’
At Home With The Furys is available to watch on Netflix.
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