Rules of Entry

1. Kids in the Wild (w/t) is a new 6 part series that will explore the experience of a diverse range of children as they experience a summer wilderness camp for two weeks. In order to be eligible, the child must be aged 9 years (or over) on 21st July 2022 but less than 12 years on 6th August 2022.

2. Children must be resident in the UK (including Isle of Man and Channel Islands).

3. Children and their nominated parent/guardian must be able to commit to all the filming days required for the Programme, which we anticipate will be filmed between 23rd July and the 7th August 2022. For successful applicants, we will confirm more precise filming dates as well as more detailed arrangements for filming nearer the time. Please note: (a) in order to minimise risks in relation to Covid-19, certain health and safety protocols, including for example testing, health checks and social distancing, may need to be put in place; and (b) we try to avoid taking children out of school by scheduling filming for weekends and school holidays, but we cannot guarantee this is always possible. If your child was required to miss any school days in order to take part we would liaise with the school and local authority to make sure we have the correct license in place to do this.

4. All information supplied as part of the application for the Programme must be true and accurate.

5. Love Productions can only accept application forms either online via www.applyforthewild.com or by post to Kids in the Wild Take Part Applications, 15 Macklin Street, London WC2B 5NG. Love Productions will not accept applications sent via email. If an application has been made by post, that applicant agrees that we may copy, adapt, take extracts from and/or upload the application onto our computer systems and/or websites controlled by us including without limitation the application website.  

6. All information submitted by applicants as part of the application process shall be governed by the Privacy Policy for Minor Applicants and Contributors (“Privacy Policy”) [insert] and the Take Part Terms and Conditions (“Terms and Conditions”). By submitting the application form, the parent(s)/ guardian(s) of the child, warrant on the child’s behalf, that they and the child have read, understood and accepted these Rules of Entry, the Terms and Conditions and the Privacy Policy, that they consent on behalf of the child to the child’s (and their own) personal data being processed in accordance with paragraphs 2.3, 2.4 and 2.5 of the Privacy Policy  and that the child is eligible to participate in the Programme.

7. The child’s parent(s)/guardian(s) must not work (nor have recently worked) for or have any business or financial connection with Love Productions or Channel 4 or an affiliate of either.

8. Neither the child nor the parent(s)/guardian(s) are a close relative (for example, mother, father, son, daughter, brother, sister) or close friend of anyone who is an employee or contractor of Love Productions or Channel 4 or anyone working on, appearing in or connected with the Programme.

9. All children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at any interview/ event and/or screen tests, and (unless agreed with Love Productions in writing) during filming of the Programme and any related press and publicity.

10. The decision of Love's Production Team regarding all aspects of the application and casting process and the selection of participants for the Programme is at their discretion and is final and non-contestable.

11. Selection to take part in the programme may be dependent on consents being obtained, if needed, from schools and/or local authorities.

12. Submission of an application form and compliance with these Rules of Entry does not in any way constitute an offer or an agreement to appear on the Programme.  Love Productions has no obligation to produce the Programme and even if the Programme is produced there is no obligation on Love Productions, Channel 4 or any other party to broadcast or transmit or otherwise exploit, promote, publicise or advertise the Programme or to include the child or their parent(s)/ guardian(s) in the Programme.

13. In order for those selected to take part in the Programme, their parent(s)/guardian(s) will be required to sign a standard release form governing the terms of their child’s participation in the programme.

14. By submitting an application, the applicant understands and agrees, that in accordance with the Privacy Policy, Love Productions may (as it, in its discretion deems necessary) at any stage of the application process (a) conduct background checks and (b) carry out health checks (including for example psychological tests, general medical tests and/or tests for Covid-19), on the child and their parent(s)/guardian(s), to ensure that the child and where relevant their parent(s)/guardian(s) are fit to take part in the Programme, as well as any live audition or interview during the application process and/or to verify any of the information supplied as part of the application. Parent(s)/guardian(s) of the child may be required to provide Love with any assistance or further information necessary to complete these checks. If we have reasonable grounds to suspect that any information provided in the course of the application process, is untrue or inaccurate, we have the right to suspend, terminate or delete the application.

15. Children and their parent(s)/guardian(s) must at all times keep all information about the application casting process for the Programme strictly confidential and must not give anyone any information or material or make any public statement at any time by any means (including without limitation on blogs, websites and/or social networking platforms such as Twitter, Facebook etc.) about the application process, the Programme, any other individuals who take part in the application process and/or anything that happens during the application process. This confidentiality applies and continues whether or not the child is selected to take part in the Programme or remains actively involved in the Programme. Neither children nor parent(s)/guardian(s) are permitted to respond to any approach from the press or anyone else enquiring about the application process and/or anything about the Programme and will refer any such enquiries immediately to Love Productions.

16. Parent(s)/guardian(s) warrant on behalf of their child that any material submitted as part of their application, in whatever form, including any written material, recipes and photographs (“Material”):-

  • is genuine and accurate and original to the child;
  • has not been copied or reproduced from any published source, tangible or electronic;
  • does not infringe the copyright or any other right of any third party;
  • is not defamatory, blasphemous, obscene or in contempt of court; and
  • does not breach any contract, duty of confidence or right of privacy.

17. Applications for Kids in the Wild are now closed. If applicants have not heard from a member of the Love Productions team by phone or email by kidsinthewild@loveproductions.co.uk, by 15th June then unfortunately their application has not been successful this time.

18. Applicants must only set up one log in to the Application Website or fill out one paper application and can only apply once to each series of the Programme. If Love Productions believes that any applicant has more than one log in or that an applicant has submitted more than one application (per series of the programme), Love Productions may decide not to consider such applications to take part in the programme.

19. Love Productions reserves the right to make changes to these Rules of Entry and/or the closing date/deadline at any time.

Last updated March 2022

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