BBC viewers will have the opportunity to appear on some of their favorite TV programmes, as part of a new campaign to celebrate the broadcaster’s centenary.
iewers can sign up for their “15 seconds of fame” – which includes the chance to call a pint in the Queen Vic pub on EastEnders, announce an “open vote” for Seriously Come Dancing, or become an alien in Doctor Who.
The campaign kicked off Friday on The One Show, which will be renamed The 100 Show next week to mark the milestone, with a film starring comedian Phil Wang.
Other additional opportunities include lying as a motionless patient on Casualty, creating sound effects on The Archers, or gardening in the world of gardeners.
Once selected, lucky fans will make time to head to the studio of their favorite show to record their scenes, with the results airing in episodes later in the year and into the following year, and in a week. commemorative short film series.
This campaign is being run to thank the audience for being a part of 100 years of BBC.
The One Show host Ronan Keating said: “It’s great that The One Show is announcing the BBC’s ’15 Seconds of Fame’ initiative, what a fantastic opportunity for viewers to have a chance to role-play. on one of their favorite shows.
“I can’t wait to get some tips for everyone from Jane Slaughter, aka Tracey the Barmaid in EastEnders, next week.”
Movies about the campaign will run on BBC TV, radio and iPlayer, as well as on social media, along with a TikTok challenge inviting fans to post their “audits”.
Applications can be made on the BBC’s website and close at midnight on 4 November 2022, with fan chances subject to change.
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