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Do you have an exceptionally high IQ? Are you interested in the neuroscience behind intelligence?

Brighton-based TV production company Lambent Productions are looking for people with an exceptionally high IQ for a returning series on the brain.

Earlier this year, Lambent made the award-nominated first series of Secrets of the Brain for new channel Insight TV.

The series explored human brain function by meeting people with extraordinary brains and top neuroscientists and researchers in the field.

11 Nov 2016

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Do you have an extraordinary skill – maybe incredible memory or knowledge, amazing physical feats of speed or strength or just downright bizarre and unusual party tricks. 

Potato Television, part of ITV Studios, are looking for contestants for a new game show, provisionally titled Challenge Me.

25 Apr 2016

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Do you know a young bright spark who is just brilliant at spelling?

Remarkable Television, the makers of Pointless and Million Pound Drop, are looking for contestants aged between nine and 13 for a new programme, Spelling Star.

If your child has a love of words and would enjoy taking on a host of fun spelling games and challenges, visit http://www.spellingstarapplications.co.uk for full entry details.

13 Apr 2016

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One of the “most difficult” quiz shows on television is looking for contestants – and the producers are really keen to sign up some Mensa brains!

500 Questions is an intense game of strategy and stamina - the aim of the game is to hold your own and bank cash as you go. There is just one rule. Three wrong in a row and you’re out!

With a challenger to take your place and tens of thousands of pounds waiting to be won, can you handle the pressure?

04 Feb 2016

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