Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 27 December 2014

Presenters needed for Derry TV show

A television channel is looking for two presenters to host a programme about Londonderry
A television channel is looking for two presenters to host a programme about Londonderry

A television channel is looking for two presenters to host a programme about Londonderry.

Community Channel is working on a new show called Brilliant Northern Ireland, which focuses on inspirational stories from communities and charities.

An episode is due to be filmed in Derry this month and producers have launched a search for two presenters from the area.

A Community Channel spokesman said: "The presenters will ideally be anyone between the age of 18 to 50, and will ideally come as a pair.

"It would be nice if they had already worked together before and have an existing rapport.

"The show requires people with at least a little experience performing, whether that be in front of camera or not, or aspiring presenters looking for a break."

Brilliant Northern Ireland forms part of the channel's Brilliant Britain series, launched to celebrate the Do Something Brilliant campaign.

To apply for the presenting role, contact Brilliant Britain series producer Joe Davis at JoeD@ mediatrust.org.

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