Your diving life-change on TV

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Your diving life-change on TV

It isn't exactly a new idea in reality TV, but if you're a UK scuba diver preparing to relocate for a major lifestyle and career change but without leaving the country, a TV production company may want to film a documentary about your move for a new series.

Pi Productions is looking for couples and families planning to quit the rat-race for a better life.

“Whether it’s moving to the coast to run a diving school, opening a scuba-diving centre, or running a luxury seaside resort – we want to hear your story,” says the production company, which plans to shoot this spring or early summer.

If you‘re up for being shadowed by a camera-crew, call the casting team on 0203 761 4522, or email casting@piproductions.tv

01-May-16

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