When people come through sister site Featureworld it is usually the first time they have ever sold a story to the press and they are very nervous.
But we specialise in not only putting them at ease and selling their story exactly as they want but in encouraging and giving them the confidence to go that little bit further… and telling their story on television is something that many of our interviewees thoroughly enjoy.
This week Dwain Smith took courage in both hands when he went on ITV’S THIS MORNING to talk about how he needs to lose weight. Dwain is one of the slimmers the programme will be following and helping to lose weight over the coming months.
Dwain says: “Going on the show was an amazing experience. Everyone was so lovely and it’s been a dream come true.”
Dwain has already appeared in Closer mag. Read more about Dwain.
CHANNEL 5 NEWS
And last night another interviewee also featured on TV.
Sex change pensioner Donna Smith appeared on CHANNEL 5 NEWS. She was filmed at home talking about how at the age of 69 she became the oldest person in the UK to have a sex change.
Donna says: “I even gave the reporter from Channel 5 a psychic reading when he came to interview me. Everyone from Channel 5 and ITV’s This Morning are so incredibly professional. It’s been a truly wonderful experience to go on television.”
And Gill Fletcher today went on ITV Daybreak. Gill, a mum of two and former alcoholic went on the breakfast show to discuss new health advice that everyone should remain drink-free for at least two days a week.
Gill has not drunk now for seven years.
Gill’s story has been in Bella, The Daily Mail and The Sun – placed via sister site Featureworld.
Gill said: “I was thrilled to go on Daybreak. Alison has been great in finding me many places to tell my story and I can always trust her to put my interests first.”
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