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BBC 1 show looking for Yorkshire accents

Postby claire_avalon » Fri Nov 23, 2012 6:25 pm

Do you have a strong local accent? Are you proud of where you are from? Would you like to appear on a new BBC 1 comedy-entertainment show hosted by David Walliams?

We are looking for people of all ages to help us out with a new show that celebrates the United Kingdom, by asking a question to camera about their local dialect.

If chosen to appear, we will travel to your town or city and film you asking a question about your regional language, which would later be shown in studio to the country’s brightest and funniest.

Please note: we are only looking for authentic accents, rather than voice artists.

We look forward to hearing from you!

For more information please contact Claire Selim at Avalon Television on: 0207 598 7252 or email claires@avalonuk.com
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Re: BBC 1 show looking for Yorkshire accents

Postby Spencer » Fri Nov 23, 2012 7:13 pm

Hey up!, Hey up!, Hey up!

Is the munny init. Tha duz no wi daint do owt fa nowt dunt thi. Unless wi dayin it for uz sens.

Good luck wi this Claire. Sounds like it'll be a reyt lot a fun.

Beware of people that call Slaithwaite, "Slaithwaite". It's Sloughit or Slouwit.

Tuther side ov Huddersield... tis where cows go ta get thur udders felt. Nar then, what's that whippet dun wit ferret.

Now I'd luv ta stop n chat wi thi, but am just off darn ta peever wit flat cap on coz its siling it darn.

Tek care kidda.

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Re: BBC 1 show looking for Yorkshire accents

Postby Frolics » Fri Nov 23, 2012 7:29 pm

Thas not flown until thas flown Yorkshire Airline.

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Re: BBC 1 show looking for Yorkshire accents

Postby Pike » Fri Nov 23, 2012 7:57 pm

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