Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 23 November 2014

Families sought for TV life swap on other side of world

Fed up with with dark skies, downpours and dismal weather? Fancy exploring somewhere more exotic and exciting?

A new BBC programme is offering two families a chance to give up their lives in Northern Ireland for a week as part of a televised life swap.

One family will come from Belfast and will switch with another family in Belfast, South Africa. The second will hail from Armagh and will exchange with a family in Armagh, South Australia.

The Belfast family needs to be a family of four with children of teenage years. The Armagh family of four will ideally have children who are a bit younger.

If you meet the criteria send a brief description of your family -- names, ages, occupations, why you think your family would fit the bill and your contact details to doconnor@belowtheradar.tv or phone Belfast 90 315522.

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