A while back I was lucky enough to be asked onto a brand new BBC gameshow called Curiosity. Unfortunately I wasn’t there to win £1000, but to showcase some of my 1940’s collection and ask the contestants a handful of questions.
Hungry Gap Productions was filming in Bristol and I hadn’t got a clue what to expect. Everyone was really lovely (and flat out busy!), but the green room was comfy and I got to natter to people and pop Alan Partridge on the telly until I was up!
The sets were absolutely unbelievable. I could’ve stayed in there all day! Each 3 walled set was like a different room. From the attic where I was positioned, to the 60’s retro sitting room, you were immersed like some sort of antiques Crystal Maze.
Paul Martin has really upped his fashion game, by channeling his inner Laurence Llewelyn Bowen for Curiousity. Although his hair is cropped short, we are now seeing an abundance of patterned and floral shirts, nestled under waistcoats and jackets. A bloody lovely chap with a mutual love of Partridge, he did stop to snigger at the TV once in a while.
Whilst I was there in the green room, a couple did win a load of money, so I’m really looking forward to seeing the edited programme.
The series starts on 1st April 2019 on BBC1 and you can see my episode on 11th April at 2.15pm.