Outrageous but entertaining props from Big Brother’s eventful past are being auctioned to help the British Red Cross support people affected by disasters.
The hugely successful Channel 4 show ‘Come Dine With Me’ is returning for a new, day-time series. They’re looking for people in and around the Isle of Wight who are over 18 years of age with a passion for cooking.
The Isle of Wight Zoo is in the running for a national award from UKTV Channel Eden. The zoo is the only Island attraction involved in the campaign, which pits 20 of the UK’s top animal attractions against each other.
BBC TV is intending to make a documentary about family holidays on the Isle of Wight. As more people are choosing to holiday at home the BBC want to make a programme to celebrate the traditional British holiday.
Digital Outreach has appointed organisations to support people in the Meridian TV region to make the switchover to digital TV. Age Concern Isle of Wight .
Following the success of Channel 4’s show Dream School, one of its students has received funding to train on a Watersports Internship at leading youth maritime charity UKSA.
This year we’ll be beaming all the best bits of music and mayhem from Robin Hill Country Park on the Isle of Wight directly into your front room, all in very modern 3D on Sky.
Staff from the BBC-run Switchover Help Scheme visited Ryde House Nursery this week (Tuesday 12th April 2011) to tell older and disabled people about the help they will be offered to make the switch to digital TV.