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Want to be on a new BBC social history series?

Postby nickadey » Fri Oct 08, 2010 12:08 pm

Do you often find yourself telling your children ‘things were different in my day’?

If so you could be just the family that the producers of a new BBC1 social history series are looking for. Twenty Twenty Television have just started work on a new series – ‘Making Britain Count’ – which will see the presenter and a variety of celebrity guests examine social change in Britain via the last 100 years of census results.

As part of the show, the production team are looking for a family whose different members can talk about their experiences in family life, education, work and other aspects of their lives from different decades of the past 100 years. Ideally they would like to interview 3 or 4 generations of the same family, the oldest of whom will have been born before 1940. If you are interested or would like to know more please email or call Nick on 020 7424 7729.
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