Archive for the ‘Media requests’ Category

Having problems with the kids? Just call Nanny Mewes

Calling Mums and Dads: Are you and your family at your wits end with tantrums and bad behaviour? Can you no longer connect with your child? Is the dinner table a daily battle ground? Are you shattered from sleepless nights? Perhaps you and your partner feel like you have exhausted

Media request: producers looking for families for new TV series

The makers of ‘One Born Every Minute’ and ‘The Hotel’, Dragonfly Film and Television, are working on a new TV series about raising children and family life. They are looking for families who would like to take part in a series about the ups and downs of being a parent,

Media enquiry: Maverick Television is looking for inspiring mums for TV series

Do you have a particular parenting technique or method that you believe works well? Have you learnt some things the hard way that you wish you’d known sooner? Are you proud of your style of parenting and believe others could learn from you? Maverick Television is developing a parenting show

Working mothers and fathers wanted for newspaper article

Journalist looking for case studies of parents who work different hours and are able to avoid full time child care and split/juggle the childcare between themselves for article on parenting and working

Calling all tiger mums: Fabulous magazine needs you

Calling all tiger mums. This article is about different types of mums and different forms of parenting, but I am looking for a case study of a tiger mum who is happy to be interviewed and photographed in London.

Real mums – we need you! Tell us your story and inspire others…

Do you have some tips and advice you could offer our 85,000-plus mums? Are you an expert in your field, and have something interesting to tell our working mothers?

Media request: Good Housekeeping magazine wants to speak to working mums

Good Housekeeping magazine would like to speak to mothers about how their workload has increased since the recession, as a result of redundancies of their colleagues. These women will ideally be working at managerial or assistant level – perhaps a teacher or a dental assistant or an NHS manager –