TV documentary looking for Flatsharers in London with stories to share

Are you currently living in a nightmare houseshare?

Are you super fussy about who you live with?

Perhaps you’re a serial house hunter moving for the 10th time this year?

Or are you in your 40’s or 50s and finding the flatsharing market challenging?

Sundog pictures are exploring the phenomenon of housesharing – what it’s like to live with strangers and the trials and tribulations of trying to find a room in a saturated rental market.

We’d love to hear from anyone with an extraordinary story – the information you share with us will be strictly confidential and at this stage won’t be used for broadcast. Please note we’re looking for current stories only at this point.

Please contact us for more information – or call 020 7602 8163.

Landlords and lodgers wanted for a new TV show

We’ve been contacted to help find participants for a new TV series that’s entering production. Here’s the info:


I’m producing a TV show about being a landlady or landlord who has decided to invite a lodger to live-in with you in your own home. We want to look at the pros and cons of having a lodger, but also of being a lodger.

Choosing anyone to live with is a big decision and we think it will be really interesting to watch the whole process from both sides. We need someone who is open-minded, who would like to be on television and would like to make some extra money (on top of the rental amount), someone who would like to work with us to make an entertaining tv programme.
If this sounds like you, please call 07747 035461 or send an email to

You can call to find out more without making any commitment whatsoever to take part in the show.

It would be really helpful if you include your SpareRoom ad reference number (if you have one) in the email Subject line – your number appears near the top of your ad, below the headline.

Thanks for taking the time to read this. I look forward to talking with you about what we hope will be an enjoyable experience for everyone involved.


Cillian de Buitléar