The makers of popular televsion programmes including Question
Time and Robot Wars is on the lookout for families keen to take
part in a new prime time TV programme about personal finance.
Channel 4's new one-off personal finance feature will compare
two families with very different lives. The families will have the
unique opportunity to explore each other's homes, budgets and
lifestyle choices in an enlightening peer review format.
The show's creator, Mentorn Media, is currently casting for the
show, and is looking for families with a frugal approach to
budgeting, who save as much money as possible, as well as families
who live more extravagantly, preferring to save less and spend
more, and who possibly struggle to curb their spending habits.
In each family, at least one member will feel a change is needed
in their own lifestyle and relish the chance to explore another
This fascinating programme will provide a fresh insight into how
we choose to spend our wages and answer some of our most burning
questions: Where does our money go? How can people afford to live a
certain way? What is the key to successful spending?
The families will learn a great deal from each other, sample
different spending habits, have their own money choices challenged,
and maybe even the opportunity to change them. The aim is that
viewers, as well as the participants, will be informed and inspired
by learning helpful money management tips along the way.
With the average UK household spending rising and the median
household disposable income continuing to rise also, this year
estimated at £26,400 by the ONS, £700 more than the previous year,
now is the perfect time to explore family budgeting and spending
habits in greater depth.
There is no pressure to take part at the initial enquiry stage
and interested parties can contact the casting team at Mentorn
Media on 020 7258 6877 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.