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BBC Horizon is looking for parents with young toddlers

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BBCHorizon Tue 13-May-14 16:46:19

Are you the proud parent of a little boy or girl aged 10-18 months? Are you curious about what separates boys and girls? Do you have your own opinion on the matter?

The BBC’s flagship science series will investigate what really makes boys and girls different. BBC Horizon: Male and Female Brains (working title) is looking for fun open minded mums and dads with children aged 10-18 months to participate, along with their children, in a variety of simple tests at our studio in West London.

To be considered for the episode you must be:
•Willing to appear on TV
•Able to come to our studio in West London for a day (22nd or 23rd May)
To apply please email: horizonbrain@bbc.co.uk

Please include your name, contact number and a brief description of yourself.

The information you provide will be collected and compiled by the BBC for the purposes of assessing whether you are a suitable contributor for this show. It might also be used for developing and producing the show as well as any associated website content, programme, publicity, promotion and/or distribution materials. The BBC will only use your details in connection with this show and the associated material. The BBC will not transfer your details to any third party without contacting you first. Please visit the BBC's Privacy and Cookies Policy www.bbc.co.uk/privacy/ for more information.

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