TV company seeks female GP to present anti-ageing show

An award-winning factual television company is looking for an engaging, non-judgmental female GP to co-present a series about ageing and anti-ageing.

Cosmetic surgery: Are you open-minded about it?

Twenty Twenty is probably best known for discovering Gareth Malone and making his subsequent BAFTA award-winning series The Choir.

The right GP candidate for the new series is able to engage with a broad range of topics, may have first-hand experience of cosmetic surgery or be open-minded about it, is personable and passionate about working in the medical profession. A good sense of humour is a must and you should enjoy engaging with people from all walks of life.

If this is you, or someone you know, call Mel on 020 3301 7968 or email mel.bezalel@twentytwenty.tv for a confidential conversation.

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