Be on TV! Participants wanted for new Channel 4 documentary

twofour-tvParticipants are being sought for a brand new Channel 4 documentary, produced by BAFTA-winning production company Twofour.

The show will follow a group of disabled people as they head off on an activity/adventure week in August. The show aims to challenge perceptions of what people with disabilities can achieve.

Twofour are after big personalities and strong characters willing to push themselves to the limits. The show is all about ambition, challenges and – above all – fun! A good sense of humour is very much required.

Activities will cater for people of all abilities, so there’s bound to be something you can try out.

The film is being put together by Holly Challinor, who has just made a series with young people at the National Star College, which will be part of BBC 3’s upcoming disability season. She’ll be working with Twofour, a BAFTA-winning production company best known for shows such as Educating Yorkshire.

If you fancy being on TV and pushing yourself to new levels, get in touch with Twofour now by emailing adventure@twofour.co.uk

1 Comment on "Be on TV! Participants wanted for new Channel 4 documentary"

  1. Jim Anderson | 13 March, 2016 at 4:58 pm | Reply

    Hi there, I saw this and it looks great.
    I am 36 and have haemophilia B (factor deficiency) I am physically fit and always up for a challenge!

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