Makers of Secret Millionaire want to film new TV show in Scunthorpe
THE makers of Secret Millionaire are hoping to film part of a new crime series in the Scunthorpe area.
RDF Television, who also made Britain's Brightest, is producing a new BBC series about crime and antisocial behaviour.
They're keen to hear from members of the community who have turned the tables on the crooks with the aid of video surveillance, photo evidence or just good old fashioned cunning.
With filming of the show, called Fight Back Britain, due to start in April, the producers are searching for inspirational stories to include in the show.
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No dates or locations have been set in Scunthorpe yet, but show officials say they "very much hope" to be coming to Scunthorpe in April, and are currently researching "crime heroes" in the area.
Series producer Fiona Inskip said: "With over half the population in the UK now owning a smartphone, capable of taking photos and video footage whenever and wherever, people everywhere are making a difference in the fight against crime and antisocial behaviour. What's more, everyday more and more of us are using technology such as CCTV and computer software programs to protect our homes and possessions. We'd love to hear from anyone who has helped the police to solve a crime, no matter how big or small."
The series will air later this year on BBC1 and will tell stories through interviews and reconstructions in an attempt to raise awareness about how crimes can be committed and how criminals may operate. Anyone wanting the chance to share their story should call 0207 013 4208 or email firstname.lastname@example.org