A panel of television stars will be sharing their insight into the good, the bad, and the sometimes ugly parts of their experiences of reality television in the next Birmingham City University City Talk fronted by Channel 5 presenter Matthew Wright.
Taking place at the University’s Parkside Building on Thursday 5th June, the event is free to attend and open to everyone. Those interested can join Channel 5’s Matthew Wright, and a celebrity panel who will be sharing some of their deepest and darkest secrets from the reality television world. What really does happen in the jungle, on ice and in the Big Brother house?
The guest list of debaters include winner of the first series of The X Factor, Steve Brookstein, investigative journalist Donal MacIntyre, a visiting professor at Birmingham City University and former contestant on ITV’s ‘Dancing on Ice‘ and Channel 4’s ‘The Jump’. There is also former candidate on ‘The Apprentice’ and Founder and CEO of InspirEngage International, Melody Hossaini.
Melody is a young female social entrepreneur with a strong profile globally. She is a leading professional speaker who has spoken in over 50 countries including at United Nations, TEDx and alongside Heads of State. Sinitta, American-born actress and singer, best known for her hit records in the 1980s including “So Macho”, “Toy Boy”, “Cross My Broken Heart” and a 1989 cover of “Right Back Where We Started From”, and her close relationship with Simon Cowell. Also leading criminologist and former Big Brother psychology consultant, Professor David Wilson and finally professor Craig Jackson, Head of Psychology at Birmingham City University.
The free BCU City Talks event will take place at 6.30pm on Thursday 5th June at The Parkside Building, Birmingham City University, Cardigan Street, Birmingham. Tickets can be booked through Eventbrite.