Calling all Indian Restaurant owners! Do you want to be involved in an exciting TV opportunity?
The CurryCouncil team have been contacted by Objective Productions asking for our help.
The BBC are working on the second series of John Bishop’s Britain and want to feature the owner of an Indian Restaurant on their Saturday night entertainment show.
Helen from Objective Productions said:
“I am working on the second series of John Bishop’s Britain – the Saturday night entertainment show for BBC1. This show was a huge success last summer so we are making another series. The show is hosted by comedian John Bishop himself but with the involvement of the general public.
We are looking once again for lots of different people, from all walks of life, from all over Britain to take part in the show. We want them to tell us funny, interesting stories from their lives on various topics, from shopping, to food, to Christmas!
We would really like to feature the owner of a curry shop this time around. Curry shops are as much a part of Britain today as black cabs and train strikes! And we’d really love to represent them!"
If you would like to participate, the full details are below. Please remember to tell them that the CurryCouncil referred you.
JOHN BISHOP’S BRITAIN IS BACK!
WE ARE LOOKING FOR YOU TO TAKE PART.
SATURDAY NIGHTS, BBC1 – Comedian John Bishop is back.
We are looking for people all over Britain to interview about their funny, true stories from their lives. So wherever you are from in Britain, whatever you do for work, whatever your thoughts/opinions are…we want to hear from you.
If you’d like to take part get in touch NOW!
Email your contact details to: email@example.com
Or Tel: 0207 202 2402
(Send us your name, email address, contact numbers, occupation, location and a photo of yourself please)
We want to hear your stories/opinions on everything from music and fashion to DIY and friends.
NOTE: Standard geographic charges apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider’s call package. Calls from mobiles may be higher.