BBC TV series
|From:||Peter Clark <pc451@...>|
|Date:||Monday, March 11, 2002, 15:07|
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Apparently, several of us got this email this morning. Does anyone know
anything about it? 'Course, it looks like he wants to talk to Brits, which
means I'm out. After all, I'm from one of those banana republic rebel
colonies. Although I have it on good authority that I _could_ be British, if
I just cleaned up my accent a smidgin. But I digress. Funny that he would
send emails to such obvious domains like free.fr and harvard.edu, though.
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Subject: BBC TV series
Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2002 11:58:44 -0000
From: "Tom Collinson" <tomc@...>
Forgive me for contacting you in this direct way. I got your e-mail
address from the Conlang group at Yahoo.
I am currently researching a landmark BBC TV series all about the 22-35
year old generation in the UK. We have ten half hour programmes looking
at everything from Work and Health through to Nightlife and Friends.
Within our programme on Friends we would like to address the whole issue
of how groups of friends communicate with each other. We would very much
like to talk to people who have constructed their own languages and use
them on a regular basis.
If you would like to take part I would be most grateful if you could get
in touch on the details below. Alternatively, it would be most helpful
if you could suggest people who might be useful to talk to. Please feel
free to forward this message to others in the group.
Thankyou for your help on this major BBC series, and I look forward to
hearing from you.
0207 284 6887
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