1. The Alternative Britain's Got Talent
I obviously despise Britain's Got Talent – partly because people on it don't have any; partly because it's so fake and tacky and ugly. I'd like to see an alternative version, where people with genuine, original talent and imagination are showcased, not just ugly people singing cover versions of crap songs. Christ.
2. Walk a Mile in My Shoes
Erm #1, a somewhat controversial concept this. Take a young child (aged 4-8, say) and see how far they get walking on their own (from a shop to home, maybe, or taking the tube), filming their responses and experiences along the way with hidden cameras. Parents watch events unfold via a mobile van.
3. A Couple Abroad
Travel show meets adventure show where each week a couple is separated at opposite ends of a foreign city (preferably chaotic, exotic and dangerous: Lagos, Jakarta, etc) and have five hours to find each other without phones, money or maps.
4. CSI (Crime Scene Investigation) Historical
Erm #2, this is from a previous post from years ago, but still holds true. And I quote:
'This will be part-documentary, part-drama, as our anal team look back at
unsolved real life cases and mysteries through history and apply their
state-of-the-art forensic technology to reproduce them, and try and solve them.
First episode: Michael Jackson.
episodes: Princess Diana, Marilyn Monroe, JFK, Elvis Presley, Roswell,
crop circles, how Gordon Brown got to be Prime Minister, etc.'
5. Big Brother Special Needs Special
Erm #3, this is also from the same previous post:
'The popularity of Big Brother Tourette's Syndrome sufferer Pete Bennett
proved that disabilities can be compulsive viewing. So why stop there?
Let's have Big Brother Special Needs Syndrome Special with an assortment
of people with disabilities and mental health issues including Down's
syndrome, autism, bi-polar, schizophrenia and cerebral palsy.'
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