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    BBC invites audiences off the sofa and on to the screen to mark its centenary

    The BBC is marking a century of broadcasting by inviting audiences to get off the sofa and on to the screen by granting ‘15 seconds of fame’ to lucky hopefuls.

    Television addicts will join the cast of their favorite shows to celebrate the anniversary by ordering a pint in the Queen Vic, stepping in as an alien in Doctor Who or showing off their green fingers on Gardeners’ World. No acting skill is needed for the bit parts, which include lying prone on a hospital bed for Casualty.

    A campaign promoting the initiative has been developed by BBC Creative, introducing audiences to the concept during a special edition of The One Show hosted by comedian Phil Wang, renamed this week as The 100 Show. 

    The One Show host Ronan Keating said: “It’s great for The One Show to be announcing the BBC’s ’15 seconds of fame’ initiative. What a fabulous opportunity it is for viewers to get the chance to star in one of their favorite shows, and I can’t wait to get some tips for everyone from Jane Slaughter, aka Tracey the Barmaid in EastEnders, next week.”

    A campaign film communicating the opportunity will display across television, radio and iPlayer, with a TikTok challenge adding to the fun by inviting fans of the Beeb to post their ‘auditions.’

     

    Credits

    Mindseye

    Director: Jim Archer

    Producer: Max Yeoman

    Exec producer: Hughie Phillips

    DOP: Charlie Goodger

    Costume designer: Noella Mingu

    Production designer: Kate Purdy

    Offline/VFX: Jeb Hardwick

    BBC Creative

    Executive creative director: Rasmus Smith Bech

    Creative director: Susan Ayton

    Director of BBCC: Justin Bairamian

    Creative: Paul Bailey

    Creative: Russell Hendrie

    Planning director: Rhonwen Lally

    Head of production: James Wood

    Producer: Sarah Bradbury

    Production manager: Clare Donaldson

    Junior production manager: Bertie Leigh

    Production co-ordinator: Emma White

    BBC Marketing

    Director M&A central brand: Jane Callingham

    Senior head of marketing: James Parry

    Marketing manager M&A: Jo Trimmings

    Marketing executive: Alicia Evans

    BBC Media Planning

    Media portfolio lead, BBC One and iPlayer: Tony Dalton

    Campaign planner, BBC One and iPlayer: Alexandra Dixon

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