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BBC looks to youth for new faces of architectural TV

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The BBC is seeking a team of new young presenters for its latest architecture series. The 'stylish, intelligent' six-parter about modern architecture and contemporary design for digital channel BBC3 is aimed at the 'hip-hotels generation' - fashion-conscious 20- and 30-somethings.

Producer Mark Downie said he was looking for the next generation of presenters to replace the likes of Janet Street-Porter and Jools Holland, people in their 20s, articulate, passionately enthusiastic about architecture and 'who aren't desperately ugly'.He was hoping for black and Asian applicants.

For more details contact 020 8576 3755.

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