How to Apply for the BBC Game Show Take Off With Bradley And Holly
Following the popularity of a festive special, TAKE OFF WITH BRADLEY AND HOLLY is set to premiere on BBC One on Saturday, July 24. Here’s how you apply to be on the most recent game show.
Take Off With Bradley and Holly is returning to BBC One for a full season, with the first of four episodes premiering on Saturday, July 24. Holly Willoughby and Bradley Walsh will reconvene with members of the public on the game show as they battle for the chance to visit a fantasy vacation spot. This website has all of the information you’ll need to apply for a spot on the show.
Take Off With Bradley and Holly debuted in 2019 as a Christmas special, with some lucky players winning a vacation to Lapland.
The series, anchored by Holly Willoughby of This Morning and Bradley Walsh of The Chase, was a tremendous hit with audiences.
Four hour-long episodes have now been scheduled, with plenty of games and interesting surprises in store.
Fans will also be able to hear some of the inspiring and inspirational stories behind the characters in the show.
Contestants will compete for a vacation to America, including LA and Vegas, in the first episode.
The public will compete for an all-expenses-paid holiday to St Lucia in the second episode.
At this time, there isn’t much information available about how to apply for the series.
If fans want to be a part of the audience, they can sign up for a mailing list online.
“Although we have no details of subsequent recordings of this show, if you would like to add your details to our mailing list here, we can email you with details of possible future recordings,” states a page on www.sroaudiences.com.
“Please complete and submit the information below to be notified when booking opens, which is normally a few weeks before recording.
“We will add you to our mailing list, and when booking opens, we will contact you with full details and available dates so that you can apply for tickets.”
The show is shot at BBC Elstree Studios in Borehamwood, however there is no word about a second season. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”