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GENRE TV Game Show ( Green)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TARGET AUDIENCE A,B,C,D

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General Information Studio and the Other Locations 5 How Does The Format Flow? 6-14 Day by Day Content Flow

FREQUENCY Every Work Day ( 5 Days a Week) BROADCAST TIME Afternoon DURATION 60+ mins. SYNOPSIS This is a skill contest with a theme of recycling, where the contestants build things from recycled materials using their imagination, as well as design and craftin skills. EVALUATION CRITERION Members of the jury evaluate the resultant products and grade each of them according to their personal preferences, in the following categories: CREATIVITY WORKMANSHIP FUNCTIONALITY/TRADE VALUE APPEARANCE (AESTHETICS/PLEASING TO EYE) COST

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STUDIO

HOW

AND THE OTHER

DOES THE FORMAT

LOCATIONS

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THE WORKSHOP The location with necessary infrastructure, hardware and production tools with a separate work-station for each contestant.

THE DEPOT The storage area where a variety of recycled material is stocked in categories and in ready-to-use condition.

THE STUDIO The location where the contestants will present their creations to the jury.

OUTDOOR LOCATIONS The districts, neighborhoods or streets where the contestants will do their shopping.

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Every work day of the week contestants complete in building a project, detemined by 3 (4) judges (an industrial designer, a fashion designer and NGO member – and someone from recycle industry-) Each contestant has a DAY 1 Project Decided “work station”, Collect Material equipped with the DAY 2 Material Ready necessary tools. Build Project Everyday DAY 3 Flea Market their progress is scored Material is by the jury. “Fabric” The contestant collected DAY 4 Bazaar max points wins at the and of the fifth day. Material is A new contestant gets “Furniture” involved at the next week DAY 5 Own Designs

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DAY 1 Collecting Material for a Given Project The contestants are tasked to design and build a specific project using recycled material. The show opens at the Workshop. The contestants are given 15 minutes for design ideation following the announcement of “the project” by the anchor. During this 15-minute period, the contestants have access to internet and they are free to sketch their initial ideas. Once they make up their minds and clarify their needs, the contestants proceed to the Depot where they will have another 15 minutes to collect necessary material. After getting back to the Workshop, the contestants explain their designs in short interviews. They are followed by the camera throughout their creation process. Contestant are to finish their “project” before the day is over and present it to the jury. Each design receives a point between 1 and 10. The owner of the design that receives the highest point becomes the “Winner of the Day” and make a detailed presentation of his/her design process. The closing credits contain photos of similar items.

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M A K E

FROM BOTTLES

FROM PAPERS

A L A M B A D E R

FROM FABRICS

FROM DRUMS

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DAY 2 Build a Product with Given Material

The contestants are tasked to design and build a project of their choice by employing the specified recycled material. The show opens at the Workshop. The contestants are given 15 minutes for design ideation following the announcement of “the material” by the anchor. During this 15-minute period, the contestants are free to sketch their initial ideas. Once they make up their minds and clarify their needs, the contestants are transported to an outdoor location where they will shop any other material they may need. They all are given 30 minutes and a predetermined budget (e.g. $20 - $30) for the shopping. After getting back to the Workshop, the contestants explain their designs in short interviews. They are followed by the camera throughout their creation process. Contestants are to finish their “project” before the day is over and present it to the jury. Each design receives a point between 1 and 10. The owner of the design that receives the highest point becomes the Winner of the Day and make a detailed presentation of his/her design process. The closing credits contain photos of similar items.

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A COFFE TABLE

U S E

AN OTTOMAN

A T I R E

A HOSE HOLDER

A FLOWER POT

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DAY 3

FROM JEANS TO PLANT HOLDER

Flea Market Material is Textile Contestants are tasked to create a new product using the cloth and fabric they purchase at the flea market with a limited budget ($40 - $50). Contestants are transported to the flea market and given 45 minutes to shop for necessary textile products. While shopping, they develop ideas, search for and ask about alternative solutions to stay in the budget. After getting back to the Workshop, the contestants explain their designs in short interviews. They are followed by the camera throughout their creation process. Contestant are to finish their “project” before the day is over and present it to the jury. Each design receives a point between 1 and 10. The owner of the design that receives the highest point becomes the Winner of the Day and make a detailed presentation of his/her design process.

U S E

FROM SHIRT TO APRON

F A B R I C

FROM T-SHIRT TO BAG

FROM JEANS TO FLOWERPOT

The closing credits contain photos of similar items.

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DAY 4 Flea Market Material is Furniture

F U R B I S H

Contestants are tasked to refurbish the furniture they purchase or create a new product using the furniture they purchase at the flea market with a limited budget ($125). Contestants are transported to the flea market and given 45 minutes to shop for necessary items to complete their project.

T H E

While shopping, they develop ideas, search for and ask about alternative solutions to stay in the budget.

F U R N I T U R E

After getting back to the Workshop, the contestants explain their designs in short interviews. They are followed by the camera throughout their creation process. Contestant are to finish their “project” before the day is over and present it to the jury. Each design receives a point between 1 and 10. The owner of the design that receives the highest point becomes the “Winner of the Day” and make a detailed presentation of his/her design process. The closing credits contain photos of similar items.

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DAY 5 Indigenous Design

At the last day of the five-day contest, the contestants are tasked to create a new product using material they will bring from home, and surplus material from previous days without spending extra money. They are not limited by any rules, nor procedures. The contestants explain their designs in short interviews. They are followed by the camera throughout their creation process. The contestant are to finish their “project” before the day is over and present it to the jury. Each design receives a point between 1 and 10. The owner of the design that receives the highest point becomes the Winner of the Day and make a detailed presentation of his/her design process. The points collected during the last day will be critical in eliminating tied scores. The contestant with the highest score becomes the Winner of the Week and the one with the lowest score will be replaced by a new contestant in the f ollowing week. The closing credits contain photos of similar items.

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FROM BOTTLE TO VASE

O W N

FROM NEWSPAPERTO ARMCHAIR

I M A G I N A T I O N

FROM HANGER TO SHELF

FROM TOILET PAPER ROLL TO MIRROR

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Recycle Me  

Here is the representation of the Game Show based on recycling.

Recycle Me  

Here is the representation of the Game Show based on recycling.

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