A new BBC show, produced by Predictable Media is looking for single men who would like a makeover to help them to find a date.
Assistant producer Kat said:
“In the show, three of the best businesses compete to be named Best in Town. The show we are currently working on pitches three of the best beauticians in London against each other. There are three rounds in the show, and the final round, is the ultimate challenge that puts our beauticians to the test and under pressure.
Creatively, we were thinking of finding three single men who are looking for a date/ girlfriend, and our beauticians would be challenged to make them over, groom them, and help them feel confident ahead of a night of speed dates.”
If you would like to take part, please email Kat Yazhari.
Are you looking for love? Would you like to be on prime-time TV? If so, Channel 4′s new series Date Night (working title) is in search of real people who are serious about finding the right partner.
Assistant producer Dominic Pisani said:
Date Night [w/t] is a brand new interactive documentary series that will aim to capture the thrill of modern dating for a primetime Channel 4 audience.
Hosted at our exclusive venue in London, we are looking for singles to film as they embark on their first date with a potential new partner.
We are looking for people who are willing to share with us the excitement of their first date with someone they have never met before. If your first date does not work out, the programme gives viewers at home the opportunity to ask you out, and you can choose a potential date to meet you the following week!
This is a fantastic opportunity for you to hopefully find the love you are looking for. Please note, you and your date MUST be willing to be filmed on your first date!
If you would like to take part, contact Dominic or Lucy by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, phoning 020 7424 7744 or through Twitter @_datenight.
The programme’s assistant producer, Steve Betty says:
“The show is all about confidence within dating and how to become a better, more well-rounded dater. This is a new and exciting opportunity which we hope is going to be a fantastic and liberating experience for all involved. We will be working with experts and giving guys the opportunity to step out of their comfort zone in order to achieve their goals in relationships and other aspects of their lives. We are specifically looking for guys who have all consuming jobs and perhaps don’t have the best work/life balance. And we were really hoping to feature a farmer in the programme.”
To find out more or to get involved, please email email@example.com.
Are you single, lacking confidence and looking to find love? If you would like a confidence boost and a push in the right direction then help is at hand!
A brand new Channel 4 series is looking for single, country-loving ladies age 25 – 60 who need a bit of help navigating the minefield that is modern dating. We want to help you find out where you’re going wrong and give you a makeover inside and out to help put it right.
This prime time series will be an intelligent, sensitive and fun approach to the dating game.
If this sounds like you, or someone you know, then contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and contact number, call us on 01273 224817 or text us on 07582 037939.
We have been contacted by a documentary maker looking to make a film about gay farmers. Please find some information below; if you or anyone you know would be interested in taking part, please get in touch with Christian the producer directly.
Documentary Casting – Gay Farmer Looking for Love?
Award winning production company are currently casting for a proposed one hour documentary that would focus on the story of finding love in the gay farming community. We would love to hear from any gay farmers who may be interested in being featured.
Any film would accurately and sensitively demonstrate the realities facing gay farmers who live in isolated rural communities, and the difficulties that they might face when searching for a partner in the agricultural world. The project is currently at the research stage and contacting us would not be a commitment to take part in a film. › Continue reading