An Ofcom ruling has put duty of care and contributor welfare at the heart of everything we now do in unscripted and it is a much- discussed topic. We rarely hear, however, from those at the frontline – the psyches that we lean on to help us through, the producers, and those who are in front of the camera. Love Island is back on our screens, and shows like Too Hot to Handle and SAS: Who Dares Win continue to push contributors to new limits. Couple this with the trend for confessional celebrity docs. How do we ensure that we balance pushing the editorial and the needs and wellbeing of the contributors? And where does it end… how can we get aftercare right? How do we prepare contributors with the consequences of being on TV, when anyone can respond to their story in 140 characters. And what about the off-screen talent, do we often forget their mental health and wellbeing?