Modelling not your thing? You could still be on TV!

Send us a 15-second video clip of yourself introducing a BBC Three programme, and you could end up seeing your face on screen ...

Making your video

There are two types of video you can make.

1. Introduce a show

Got star potential? Are you absolutely oozing 'disability cool' and think you're destined to be in front of the camera? Show us! We'd love to see you introduce ANY of BBC Three's programmes - not just Britain's Missing Top Model. We'd be extra keen to see a 15 second clip of you introducing:

  • Family Guy
  • Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps
  • Ideal
  • Scallawagga

2. Tell us your views

You can also share your opinions with us in longer clips of no more than 45 seconds. In particular, we'd love to hear from you on some of these questions:

  • What do you think of TV's representation of disabled people?
  • Is fashion and getting the right clothes a big concern for you?
  • What are your thoughts on the whole idea of beauty?
  • What is 'disability cool'? And are you an example of it?

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Be on TV

Ouch! logo The Ouch! guide

Disability-friendly tips on making a 'must see' clip.

Close-up of Disability Bitch Making your video

Find out about the two types of video we're looking for.

Page of rules The rules

Be sure to check out these essential do's and dont's.

Be on TV logo Sending your clip

Made your masterpiece? Here's how to get it to us.

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