Girls Aloud: Home Truths

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Girls Aloud: Home Truths
Directed by Stewart Manning
Produced by Mark Doyle
Starring Girls Aloud
Distributed by ITV2
Release dates October 12, 2005
Running time 60 minutes
Language English

Girls Aloud: Home Truths is a fly on the wall style documentary that was broadcast as a prelude to the group's first full length documentary series, Girls Aloud: Off the Record. The programme was first broadcast on October 12, 2005 on ITV2.


The programme followed the group for six months, during preparation for their What Will the Neighbours Say? Live tour, the release of their tenth single, "Long Hot Summer", and recording their third studio album, Chemistry. The programme focuses on the recording of "Models" and "On My Way to Satisfaction". The show pulled in nearly 267,000 viewers, which was a 1.6% share of the audience for that night.[1]


  1. ^ Neil Wilkes (November 19, 2005). "Huge audience for 'Little Britain'". Digital Spy. Hachette Filipacchi Médias. Retrieved September 1, 2010. 

External links[edit]

Girls Aloud: Home Truths at the Internet Movie Database