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Channel 4 searching for fabulous working mums

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Monday 18 October 2004 1.13pm


Channel 4 is making a Documentary Series about modern family life.

We are looking for Fabulous Career Mothers to take part in the series. We want to look at:
• How they juggle their work and home life
• What they think are the positive and negative aspects of being a career mum
• What they have to teach others parents

The programme is great fun and a huge challenge.
It gives the participants and viewers an insight into the huge variety of lifestyles and family set ups within the UK.

We are looking for fun, lively families to take part in this Award winning series.

To find out more call Kirsty on 020 7013 4225 or email: [email protected]

Monday 18 October 2004 1.46pm
How would a "Fabulous Career Mother" differ from the common or garden fabulous career mothers of my acquaintance?

Is admission to this sorority by invitation only?
Monday 18 October 2004 1.50pm
Wow, what a great idea for a tv show. I'm really looking forward to seeing it. I'm a fabulous career mother myself, and have often thought there's a Hollywood blockbuster to be made on this subject. I'm definitely up for taking part!
Monday 18 October 2004 1.53pm
'Fabulous Career Mother'..........would that be a yummie mummie, then?
Monday 18 October 2004 2.20pm
A not very clever, friendly one from the Midlands would be: chummy Brummie yummy dummy mummy.
Monday 18 October 2004 9.17pm
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