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Jon Aird | 17:20 UK time, Thursday, 12 May 2011

Do you think you’re a good judge of comedy? If so this might be for you...

The BBC are recording a pilot for a TV version of Radio 4’s popular comedy show ‘Act Your Age’, which pits comic generations against each other to find out which is the funniest. We are looking for judges to be on the show helping our host to decide which is the funniest team of comedians!

This is your chance to get involved and be part of a TV recording alongside some top comedians. We are looking for a family of four to come and take part in the recording on Thursday 2nd June at BBC Television Centre in London.

Are you, your Mum, Dad, Granddad, son or daughter, or even Aunty, niece, nephew fans of comedy and want to take part? Or maybe you know another family who would fit the bill?

To be eligible for consideration you need to have a team of four family members who span three generations and you must all be over the age of 18 as this is a post watershed comedy show. You all need to be available on Thursday 2nd June to be at BBC Television Centre in Wood Lane in London between 4pm and 10pm. This is a non-broadcast television recording for a pilot.

Interested in taking part?

Please contact the team in the Act Your Age production office by emailing actyourage@bbc.co.uk, telling us something about yourself and your family team members, including their ages and relationship to you, and why you would like to be part of the show.

The closing date for entries is 17th May 2011.  Applications received after this date unfortunately cannot be considered.



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