I've just been contacted by Beverly Carvalho of mediatrust.org, who is looking for a local business person with a family to be interviewed for broadcast - her email to me explains it all...
It was a pleasure talking with you earlier. If you could you please post the following information into your blog it would be greatly appreciated.
"Media Trust, a not-for-profit organisation, encompasses the Community Channel and a film department dedicated to producing films for charities and public bodies.
We are making a series of films for the University of Oxford to tie to an international study they are undertaking about attitudes towards poverty. The research, led by Professor Robert Walker, will be presented to the UN in October.
We are looking to interview a successful business family based in Guildford, who are self-motivated and embody the aspirations of modern-day society. They will have school age children who could be in private education. We would like to interview the family – parents and children - to find out what they think it takes to be successful and to explore their views on poverty and welfare.
Our researcher will be coming to Guildford next week and would like to meet families interested in taking part. Filming would be arranged for early September.
If you are a family based in the Guildford area, and would like to take part in this research please get in touch by emailing BeverlyC@mediatrust.org "
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