Made in Bristol is launching a new series featuring some very special guests
Made in Bristol, the city TV channel dedicated to viewers living in Bristol and its surrounding areas, is launching a new series, ‘#INSPIRE With Alex Beresford’ from Monday 4 September at 8 pm.
The show will form part of the Made Television Network’s Autumn/Winter programming line-up and will roll out across other Made Television Channels in the UK from September, 2017. The series will run weekly for six weeks and produced by Guberry Media.
‘#INSPIRE With Alex Beresford’ is hosted by popular TV presenter Alex Beresford, who takes on a different guise to his usual role as a regular weather-man on ITV’s ‘Good Morning Britain’ and ‘Britain’s Most Extreme Weather’ on Channel 4.
The new series gives an insight into the mindsets, passions and struggles experienced by successful people in the public eye. A series of in-depth, intense, raw and at times uncomfortable conversations take place between Alex and the personality each week. The conversations unveil the inner strengths of each personality interviewed, explores the obstacles they’ve overcome from childhood to present day and tells the story of their journey through the experiences they’ve encountered along the way.
Interviewees to-date include Cherylee Houston, Actress (Coronation Street); Dean Edwards (ITV’s Lorraine); Lee Haskins, Former World Champion Boxer; Javone Prince, Comedian (Phone Shop, The Javone Prince Show); Natasha Benjamin, Founder of Childhood Domestic Violence and Mental Health Support Organisation, Free Your Mind CIC; and Marvin Rees, the UK’s first elected black Mayor.
Says Alex Beresford, ‘I am thrilled to be working with the team at Made In Bristol on this show. It delves into the true psyche and personal development of a diverse cross-section of inspiring personalities, many of whom have been extremely candid in revealing some career-defining moments. The result is a series of captivating and often very poignant interviews, which give a true glimpse of what it’s really like to be in the public eye.’