Six Volunteers Needed for BBC Documentary

One Tribe TV, an independent television production company based in Bath, is producing a prime time science documentary for BBC1 about antibiotics and antibiotic resistance – by 2050, superbugs are expected to be the biggest global killer, more than cancer. This is a hugely important issue and we hope that by going out to millions of viewers we can give it the attention it deserves.

We are looking for 6 volunteers of a sports team to film a short sequence of a relay race on an outdoor race track. It aims to demonstrate the race over the 20th century to find antibiotics vs the rate bacteria is becoming more antibiotic resistant.

The date we are looking to film would be during the 11th-13th July 2018, depending on the participants availability, and would take about 2 hours to film. We are looking to film in the Bath/Bristol area. Ideally participants will be over eighteen. If we can find six athletes from the club the aim would be to film on Thursday 12th July 2018.

If anyone is interested please email Keith Brackstone at coachkeith53@gmail.com.

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