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COMPETITION RULES, TERMS & CONDITIONS

  1. The competition is open to all residents of the UK aged 16 or over, including the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man, except BBC employees, their close relatives and anyone connected with the competition. Entrants under 16 will may enter with their family and will require parental or guardian consent. Proof of age, identity and eligibility may be required.
  2. The competition will run from Tuesday 18th August 2015 at 23:59 to Wednesday 9th September 2015 at 23:59. Entries outside of the period will not count.
  3. Entrants need to create a video of not more than ninety (90) seconds featuring created digital narrative content, inspired by at least one cue point, and describing a story of how the Doctor has ended up facing the Daleks again, leading into the opening episode of Series 9.
  4. Entrants are encouraged to create their story using a wide-ranging variety of media – filming and editing original content; creating digital images; animation; storyboarding; clip and image mash-ups (provided they use content cleared and provided by the BBC); or any other digital creative form. Entries that parody the Doctor Who series or the Daleks will not be accepted.
  5. The BBC will provide ‘How-to’ videos, and links to non-commercial digital tools to encourage all members of its audience, regardless of their current digital aptitude, to take part.
  6. The BBC shall make material available (clips, images, sounds) from the series, which are watermarked and downloadable from the website which have been pre-cleared and pre-approved for inclusion in video entries. These are the ONLY material of that nature that can be used in entries. Entrants should not include any other clips, audio or images from the series or associated materials (e.g. books, magazines etc).
  7. Entries will be submitted via a link to where the video is posted, on any social media platform or hosting service, e-mailed to missionDALEK@bbc.co.uk with the subject line MISSION DALEK COMPETITION.
  8. No other method of entry will be accepted. Only one entry is allowed per entrant (the first, any subsequent entries will be disregarded).
  9. Prior to judging, the entries will be moderated for compliance with these terms and conditions by a panel made up of members of the BBC Wales online team and the Doctor Who script team. Additional and appropriate individuals may also be engaged depending on the volume of entries. The BBC reserves the right to give, in its absolute discretion, second chances to entries that include minor breaches to these Terms and Conditions so that such errors can be corrected before judging.
  10. The entries will be viewed and 5 winners chosen by a panel of the BBC Wales production team members (Derek Ritchie, Jo Pearce, and Mat Fidell, or such other judges as the BBC appoints). In the event of a split vote, the BBC will identify another member of the BBC Wales or Make It Digital Teams to provide a casting vote.
  11. The judges shall use the following criteria:
    • Storytelling. How well is the story told? How inventive is the narrative?
    • Digital Creativity. How strong and accomplished are the design elements of the piece?
    • Technical aptitude. How accomplished is the piece technically, using digital forms? E.g. How well shot/ edited is it, how well animated is it?
  12. The winners will be announced in the week commencing Monday 14th September 2015, in the run-up to series launch. Five winners will be chosen.
  13. Entrants must be available via the contact information they have provided. If, after reasonable attempts a winner cannot be contacted within 24 hours, that entrant’s participation in the competition ends. If the chosen winner cannot take up the prize as stated, then the Prize will be offered to the next best finalist and they shall be deemed the winner.
  14. The Prize consists of a set visit to visit to the Doctor Who set in Cardiff, and a chance to meet Peter Capaldi, the actor playing the Doctor. There will be 5 winners, and each will be able to bring 3 guests. If the winner is under 18, one of the guests must be a responsible adult. The date and location of the visit have been agreed with the production as BBC Cymru Wales, Roath Lock Studios on Thursday 24th September 2015, and any requirements for allowances for children participating in television recordings will be considered. The BBC will pay reasonable travel costs for winners, travelling within the UK. For the avoidance of doubt, the prize does not include accommodation costs or any other expenses. Winners must be available to make use of this prize at the time dictated by the Production - Thursday 24th September 2015.
  15. The prize is stated as above. There is no cash alternative and the prize cannot be sold or transferred in any circumstances.
  16. The BBC's decision as to entrants taking part and winners is final. No correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.
  17. Entrants agree to take part in any post-competition publicity if required. Your email address, name, age and any other personal details will be handled by the BBC in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. The BBC will only ever use your personal details for the purposes of administering this competition. Your personal details will only be kept for as long as necessary to fulfil these purposes. Please see the BBC’s Privacy Policy: http://www.bbc.co.uk/privacy/
  18. All entries must be the original work of the entrant (other than any pre-cleared materials provided specifically for such use by the BBC) and must not infringe the rights of any other party (including, but not limited to, the rights in any music included). The BBC accepts no liability if entrants ignore these rules and entrants agree to fully indemnify the BBC against any claims by any third party arising from any breach of these rules. If you include the image or voice of yourself or any other person in the video, you must have sought permission from that person to include them in such way and you shall grant the BBC the right to use their voice or image in the video in the context of this competition.
  19. All entries must not contain illegal, unlawful, defamatory, obscene, offensive or any other unsuitable material. Entrants and finalists must not put themselves in danger at any stage of this competition. All entries (whether text, audio, photographs or videos) must be suitable to be broadcast by the BBC.
  20. Other than respect to pre-cleared materials provided by the BBC, entrants retain the copyright in their original ideas but grant to the BBC a perpetual non-exclusive royalty-free licence to broadcast their entry (whether text, photographs, audio or videos) across all media, as well as use it on any online platforms. For the avoidance of doubt, no fees or expenses will be paid for the creation of any part of the entry.
  21. Entrants permit the BBC to edit or change entries (whether text, photographs, audio or videos) in any way it may, in its sole discretion, consider necessary for the purposes of use in the competition.
  22. It is the entrant’s responsibility to ensure that their video can be viewed during the lifetime of the competition (including the judging). The BBC can take no responsibility for the unavailability of the service chosen, nor can the BBC take responsibility for any uploaded content should it break the terms and conditions of that video service.
  23. This competition is conducted in line with the BBC's code of conduct for competitions, which can be found on:
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/guidelines/editorialguidelines/advice/interactivity/code/.
  24. The BBC reserves the right to: (i) amend these terms and conditions and vary the competition rules including but not limited to the opening and closing times; (ii) disqualify any entrant who breaches the rules, displays rude, insulting or inappropriate behaviour at any point (including prize fulfilment) or has acted fraudulently in any way and; (iii) cancel the competition, at any stage, if in its opinion it is deemed necessary or if circumstances arise outside its control.
  25. The BBC, their sub-contractors, subsidiaries and/or agencies cannot accept any responsibility whatsoever for any technical failure or malfunction or any other problem with any server, system, network or mobile operator or service provider or otherwise which may result in any registration not being properly logged or not recorded.
  26. Entrants will be deemed to have accepted these rules and to agree to be bound by them when registering.
  27. The competition is run by the BBC. The applicable law is that of England and Wales.