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Couples compete for prize in Love Room.

The marriage of one of Cardiff's best-known married couples will come under the spotlight again with a Big Brother-style radio show. Marc Adams-Jones, 49, and his wife Karen, 42, from Danescourt, in Cardiff, who have been married for 22 years, will be taking part by entering a purpose-built Love Room, dominated by just one double bed, which will be housed in the Red Dragon Centre leisure complex in Cardiff Bay.

The couple are used to being in the public spotlight after 15 million people watched them star in a pioneering BBC fly-on-the-wall documentary, The Marriage, in 1986.

The show, the creation of Red Dragon FM, has a pounds 5,000 prize at the end of it with people voted out over seven days.

Marc, an environmental health officer, will miss his first Scotland v Wales match in 34 years.

Celebrities, including rap band Goldie Lookin' Chain and the stars of television stunt show Dirty Sanchez, will set tasks for the contestants.

Vickie Davies, of Pentwyn, Cardiff, and Chris Field, from Caerphilly, both 26, will also go in with Aimee Morgan, 19, and David Stanford, 20, both from Newport.
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Feb 9, 2007
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