GP practice to star in reality television show

Television producers are looking for a GP practice to star in a new programme to show what life is really like for GPs and their staff.

Waiting room: TV show to explore life in GP practices
Waiting room: TV show to explore life in GP practices

The team from independent production company Twenty Twenty is hoping to follow doctors, nurses, practice managers, receptionists and others members of practice staff to reveal the crucial role they play in the community.

Fixed cameras will be fitted inside the chosen practice. Producers are hoping to find a busy practice in a deprived area to highlight the challenges faced by GPs.

For more information contact Natalie McArdle from the production company on 0207 424 7718 or email natalie.mcardle@twentytwenty.tv

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