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BBC ONE casting call for Caribbean family

Would you and your family like to follow in your ancestors’ footsteps in a unique living history experience?

BBC ONE’s hit living history series “Turn Back Time” is back! Last year the programme sent shopkeepers back in time on the British High Street. This year they are looking at family life through the ages and they are on the hunt for families to experience life in a different decade!

The producers have taken a street of UK houses back to the Edwardian era, and they will fast forward a few lucky families through five seminal eras, taking them right up to the 1970’s.

As part of the programme’s exploration of the changing makeup of Britain in the 1960s, the producers are looking for a Caribbean family to join the street in the final two episodes, and experience the Britain that their parents’/grand-parents’) generation found when they arrived here.

“We’re looking for a lively and fun Caribbean family, with children aged between eight and 18, to take part in the programme,” producers of “Turn Back Time” say.

If you’d like to find out more, please contact the producers by either sending an email to [email protected] or calling 020 7241 9399.

Filming will take place from 12th to 15th April and from 19th to 22nd April 2012 in the UK.

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