WANTED: Contestants for BBC One’s ‘Catchpoint’!

'Catchpoint' is looking for "lively, intelligent and competitive personalities' to participate in the new series of the BBC One game show

RECRUITING: Catchpoint host Paddy McGuiness

THE BBC One game show Catchpoint is on the hunt for contestants for their new series which will be filming in 2020.

Following a successful debut series which aired earlier in 2019, the family-friendly game show that combines physical fun with a new and exciting question mechanic will once again be hosted by TV presenter and comedian Paddy McGuinness.

Paddy McGuinness said: “Series one was a blast with some cracking contestants and I’m looking forward to getting caught up in the excitement once again.”

Catchpoint is an exciting physical game show where two teams of two compete in the ultimate battle of brains and balls.

Combining genuinely tense moments with physicality and humour, Catchpoint offers play along quiz questions on a visually striking set, along with multiple exciting answer reveals. Fast thinking and quick reflexes will lead to the cash prize – so long as you don’t drop the ball.

12 Yard Productions, the makers of the show, are wanting “lively intelligent and competitive personalities” to take part and will be hosting auditions throughout the UK over the next few weeks.

For your chance to appear on the show please visit the online application form here. The closing date for applications is: Friday 29 November 2019.

You can also request an application form by writing to the company at 12 Yard Productions, The Hub, 70 Pacific Quay, Pacific Drive, Glasgow, G51 1DZ or visiting www.12Yard.com

12 Yard Productions are the company behind other successful shows such as Who Dare Wins, Eggheads, I’ll Get This and Coach Trip.

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