Love in the Countryside- New BBC show

Kobina

New Member
Hello,

I work for a TV production company called Boundless – we are the makers of Escape to the Country and Grand Designs. I was hoping to speak with you about a warm and genuine new series that I’m working on for which we are looking for single farmers who are seriously looking for love. The series will paint a picture of modern Britain and will bring people together from different walks of life, giving singletons who live in the countryside a chance to meet a wider range of eligible partners than they possibly would in their local area.


We are looking for rural singletons of all ages (18+), backgrounds and genders. The flyer has information about our series as well as our contact details.


Thank you very much, I hope to hear from you soon.


My regards

Kobina Wood-Andoh


Kobina.wood-andoh@boundlessproductions.tv / 0207 6319 6745




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Kobina

New Member
Hello,

Are you single, interested and a farmer who would like to participate in the show.

My regards
Kobina Wood-Andoh
 

davieh3350

Member
Location
Pitlochry
Hello,

I work for a TV production company called Boundless – we are the makers of Escape to the Country and Grand Designs. I was hoping to speak with you about a warm and genuine new series that I’m working on for which we are looking for single farmers who are seriously looking for love. The series will paint a picture of modern Britain and will bring people together from different walks of life, giving singletons who live in the countryside a chance to meet a wider range of eligible partners than they possibly would in their local area.


We are looking for rural singletons of all ages (18+), backgrounds and genders. The flyer has information about our series as well as our contact details.


Thank you very much, I hope to hear from you soon.


My regards

Kobina Wood-Andoh


Kobina.wood-andoh@boundlessproductions.tv / 0207 6319 6745




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Another thing... Maybe better putting a picture of a pair of attractive women on your ad, rather than a picture of a couple sheep.
You'll end up with a heap of west coasters thinking that they're getting set up with a ewe.
 
You could prop up against a gate, any sort of lady under 15 stone that has a pulse and most of her teeth and a tuft or two of hair still growing and most of us would be satisfied.
My other preferrd option would be , a Swanndri with seductive accent......:whistle::D
Ever wonder sometimes the last person you ever expect , might actually read TFF and read your post, but don't know you wrote it because of your user name?:eek::unsure::whistle:
 

davieh3350

Member
Location
Pitlochry
My other preferrd option would be , a Swanndri with seductive accent......:whistle::D
Ever wonder sometimes the last person you ever expect , might actually read TFF and read your post, but don't know you wrote it because of your user name?:eek::unsure::whistle:
Like nice welsh accent?

Nope.. never wondered that to be honest.
Besides I probably wouldn't know the last person I ever expected to read this..:scratchhead: So would it matter anyway?

I've still not had a pm asking me on to the show(n)
 

JP1

Moderator
We watched it and enjoyed it. Nice venue too

Strangely First Dates was on straight afterwards. We enjoy most of those editions

Both are quite successful as the researchers do their work and stump up appropriate and / or interesting candidates

Still can’t fathom why the young single blonde vet was on there
 

RobFZS

Member
We watched it and enjoyed it. Nice venue too

Strangely First Dates was on straight afterwards. We enjoy most of those editions

Both are quite successful as the researchers do their work and stump up appropriate and / or interesting candidates

Still can’t fathom why the young single blonde vet was on there
Probably because she's no doubt an arse
 

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