Do you have to have the latest labels, gadgets and toys? Are you spoilt rotten by your family?
Do you ever wonder where your stuff comes from, and what life might be like for the people who make it? Is it something that concerns you?
SHOW ME WHAT YOU'RE MADE OF is returning for a second series and we're looking for more kids who think they've got what it takes to travel thousands of miles to Asia to work in factories where their cherished things are made.
Could you live the life of a worker in Asia - stay in their homes, eat their food and report to real bosses?
Are you adventurous and not afraid to speak your mind? This could be your chance to experience life on the other side of the world, and find out how your favourite things are made!
Show Me What You're Made Of is a children's television series that will take five kids, aged 11-14, to several countries in South East Asia to see where some of their favourite toys, gadgets, clothes, accessories and foods come from. They will visit the locations where these products are made and get to experience first-hand the hard work that goes into making them. They will also have a go at some of the work processes themselves. The kids will also spend time with the bosses, workers and their families to understand the lives of the people responsible for making their favourite possessions.
If you would like to apply to take part in the new series of Show Me What You're Made Of just print off the application and fill it in with all your details and post it to the address on the right hand side of this page.
The closing date for applications is Friday 11th May 2012. All applications received before the closing date will be considered equally, but we cannot guarantee everyone will be successful.
We find and select children for our shows in many different ways. This can include special appeals on TV, auditions, websites and even finding you ourselves. We might even use all these ways for just one show. Find out more here: How We Make TV.
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