BBC Two are currently producing the second series of “Big Life Fix” an exciting and innovative science series that sees a skilled team of scientists, engineers and designers create bespoke
technology for individuals and groups to transform their lives for the better.
Those who watched the first series saw the team come up with solutions for a range of
issues affecting individuals and communities, including creating a device to counter the effects of Parkinson’s disease for a young graphic designer, building a bicycle for a boy born with no hands or feet, and connecting a remote village in Wales up to the internet.
Now for the second series the producers are looking for more people who feel they could benefit from a tailor-made invention. Perhaps it’s a daily task, a hobby or a lifelong dream that’s proving to be a challenge. Or maybe a disability that needs help managing, or a problem that you and your family, or even your whole community face. They would love to chat to anyone who would like to apply. If selected, the team will work with you to tackle their problem or challenge using ingenious design and technology.
Interested? Then Call the casting team on 0203 040 6908 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org All calls are treated in the strictest of confidence. Alternatively, a short contact form can be filled out here to express interest in the show:
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