WANTED! FAMILIES IN COUNTY CORK
FOR RTÉjr SCIENCE ENTERTAINMENT TV SERIES
stop.watch productions are looking for SIBLING PAIRINGS aged between 5 TO 9 YEARS to feature in a new season of our science show LET’S FIND OUT for RTÉjr.
If chosen for filming, the children will feature together demonstrating a simple science experiment and taking part in a short fun quiz. There will be time beforehand to become familiar with what’s involved. Instructions and support will be provided.
Because of COVID protocols, we are only accepting families living in County Cork. Children must be available to attend for filming at a location in Cork city on one of these days: 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st of May 2021.
A parent must be available to accompany their children at the filming location.
If you have two children within the 5-10 age group, please fill in this form to indicate your interest
Please include a video (approx 3 mins) which includes :
- Both children introducing themselves e.g. Hi my name is… I’m… years of age and I’m from….“,
- The children together showing us a favourite simple science experiment (if one sibling is much younger, have the older one show him/her what they are doing)
- Each child telling us their favourite science fact or their favourite joke!
Please note the children will be filmed separately from the show’s presenters. They won’t be meeting them or going on the set of the spaceship Curiosity!
DEADLINE: FRIDAY, 30TH OF APRIL, 2021
If you do not have a Gmail account, please download this Application-Form and email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org attaching your video or a private video link (e.g. YouTube, Vimeo…) with your email.
(Please note: you may not be permitted to send large video files via this method, we therefore recommend using Google Forms if possible)
PLEASE NOTE: the information provided in your Application Form will be treated as private and confidential and will not be shared with third parties. See here for more information about how your data is stored.
LET’S FIND OUT is supported by the Science Foundation Ireland Discover programme.