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Chance to rule in a new roost.

A TV company is looking for bosses willing to swop their jobs and home with a stranger this summer.

RDF Media is looking for people with a distinct managerial style to take part in the experiment, which will involve managers with different approaches swopping places for three one-hour shows on Channel 4 in the autumn.

Each manager will be filmed in their own workplace and then will be asked to imp-lement changes in the new office and the programme will follow how these changes take place.

Producer Eve Kay said: "The managers will live in each other's houses and come home to each other's wives or husbands at the end of the day.

"They will even take part in their social life, whether that's a night out at the bridge club or an evening in a trendy wine bar.

"We will try to match similar types of business and swop managers with different managing styles."

Anyone interested should email managers @rdfmedia.com
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