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Road ragers sought for new BBC series

COMPANY car drivers who get road rage are being sought for a new television series. Road Rage School is a new BBC1 documentary which will recruit a group of road ragers ready to tackle their aggression.

The programme makers say that over a two week period they will embark on an intensive counselling programme with a professional psychologist. Trying out a variety of therapies, participants will work out the best way to reform and control their rage.

A spokesman said: ‘We’re looking for people whose aggressive driving is impacting negatively on their lives – whether it’s a cabbie who’s worried about losing his job, a boy-racer with too many points on his licence, a mum whose kids refuse to go in the car with her to school, or an older driver whose anger and stress in the car is leading to health problems.’

  • The series will be filmed over two weeks in June. Anyone interested in finding out more about the programme should call 0207 751 7374 or email roadrage@rdfmedia.com
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