Seeking: young fish farmer for television program –

Seeking: young fish farmer for television program Published:  21 March, 2005

RDF MEDIA, the producers of television series Faking It, are looking for young fish farmers with a passion for rural life to take part in the next series.

The series take an individual from one type of background, give them a complete makeover and then try to pass them off as the real thing in a society that would normally be completely foreign to them. A transformational battle against the odds, each faker is given just 4 weeks to master a skill well enough to fool a panel of expert judges with the aide of top practitioners in their field.

They are not looking for outgoing extraverts or OTT personalities but someone with an ability to learn, determination and a certain amount of curiosity. Its success is based on the attraction of watching someone doing something that they never thought they could do and is always a once in a lifetime experience for those taking part.

Ideally the ‘faker’ will be between the ages of 18-30 and love all things rural and enjoy all things to do with fish farming. Anyone with a passion for rural issues should get in touch. The number to call is 0207 751 73 70 or email is published by Special Publications. Special Publications also publish European Fish Trader, Fishing Monthly, Fish Farming Today, Fish Farmer, the Fish Industry Yearbook, the Scottish Fishermens’ Federation Diary, the Scottish Seafood Processors Federation Diary, the Fish Farmer Handbook and a range of wallplanners.