Expectant parents are being sought for a new BBC Two documentary, which aims to explore families and relationships at one of the most exciting stages in life.
The Garden Productions is looking for people who are expecting a baby between February and June 2019 to apply for the programme.
The production company – who are behind hit Channel 4 series One Born Every Minute and 24 Hours in A&E – put a call out for applicants on their Facebook page, stating they are seeking a diverse range of expectant parents.
The documentary will focus on the first few weeks after a baby’s arrival, with the hope of exploring how this affects families and relationships during such a special time.
The post reads: “Are you expecting a baby between February and June 2019? “Or, do you know someone who is pregnant?
“The Garden Productions (makers of ’24 hours in A&E’ and the founders of ‘One Born Every Minute’) are looking for a diverse range of expectant parents for a new BBC2 documentary.
“Whether this is your first child or an extra addition to an already full brood, we’d like to hear from you.”
How to apply
Those who are interested in taking part in the new documentary, or would like to find out more information about it, should email the production company via firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, you can visit their website and fill in an application form to receive further details, or call or text the following numbers: Phone: 020 7620 6703 Text: 07724 061 586
To be eligible to feature in the documentary, applicants must be a UK resident.