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Mission, Ignition!

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Two friends and I took part earlier this year in the pilot for a new TV series, "Mission, Ignition!"  made by the production company East Media, who are now seeking contestants for more episodes.

I can't tell you anything about it, confidential, I'd have to kill you, except to say that we had a great time, and anyone on Sideways would too.

JOhn

East Media are looking for self-taught mechanics in the UK to take part in an exciting new car rebuild race TV series. If you can put together a team of three enthusiasts with the skills to rebuild a classic car, then you have the potential to WIN A CLASSIC CAR. Contact us at CASTING@EASTMEDIA.TV for details on how to apply, please include your NAME and CONTACT PHONE NUMBER in the email.

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How could they "slate it for the content" when the programme hasn't been shown yet? 

 Yes, it was from a post on the old CT board that we were recruited,  and people were scornful of the concept at the time.  More fools them, because we had a great time!  

If you're a polisher not a fettler, its not for you, so don't bother, RR.   

Johnstone

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6 hours ago, GT6MK3 said:

Nick Jones...  Paging Nick Jones...

 

Hello.......?  Yes, interesting idea.  Wary of time pressures and deadlines as a device to add "excitement".  Is there any way to get a bit more info without accidentally signing up John?  Searching "Mission Ignition" does get quite a few hits but none that seem to relate to this.

Nick

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No, there's no webpage to go with it yet.  As said, we have been asked to keep confidential the content and format of the show, so can't discuss those, but it took two days - one and a half, really, allowance for delays - and we got put up in a local motel.  Nothing luxurious, but we had great fun!   If at all interested, suggest you contact East via their email and then discuss the project with them.

John

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