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BBC One: The National Lottery: 5 Star Family Reunion
If your family live in both the UK and America, Jamaica, New Zealand, Canada, India or Australia, and you want to be in with a chance of winning an amazing holiday and cash jackpot, then apply to take part now.
The National Lottery: 5 Star Family Reunion is the game show where eight family members play across the globe in a series of general knowledge rounds in an attempt to win a family reunion holiday and a cash jackpot. Four family members must be UK based while four family members live overseas.
We’re looking for lively and fun personalities to take part in the programme.
Parents, siblings, aunts, uncles, cousins, in-laws and close family friends can make up the overseas team.
The National Lottery: 5 Star Family Reunion is produced for the BBC by 12 Yard Productions
The closing date for applications is 19th February 2016
Age Limit: Applicants must be 18 years of age and over.
UK Team Applicants: You must be a permanent legal resident and currently living in the UK, the Channel Islands, or the Isle of Man.
You must be an ‘associated person’ or ‘relative’ (as defined in sections 62 and 63 of the Family Law Act 1996) of at least one other member of the UK based family, and at least one member of your team must be a relative or associated person of a member of the overseas team (e.g. parents, siblings, cousins, grandchildren, in-laws, long-standing cohabiting partners).
Overseas Team Applicants: You live in a country other than the UK, the Channel Islands, and the Isle of Man (‘Overseas’). You must have permanent legal resident status in your country of residence or hold a valid retirement visa or your country’s legal equivalent, and have lived there for a continuous period of no less than two years.
At least two members within the Overseas team must be ‘associated persons’ or ‘relatives’ (as defined in sections 62 and 63 of the Family Law Act 1996), and at least one member of your team must be a relative or associated person of a member of the UK based team (e.g. parents, siblings, cousins, grandchildren, in-laws, long-standing cohabiting partners).