Do you know a youngster with a passion for handball and comfortable in front of a camera?
Brisbane production company Carbon Media is looking for 9 to 14 year-olds to take part in a children's TV show called Handball Heroes, which will screen on ABC3 later this year.
“It's a short, fast-paced look into a kid's life, based around their connection to school ground handball,” executive producer Wayne Denning said.
“Our hosts will visit the kids to share a bit about their lives, their schools, their communities and their special handball moves.”
Each episode will be five minutes long, and 20 will be filmed between mid-February and April across Queensland and New South Wales.
Mr Denning hopes parents will encourage their kids to send in applications, which are due on Monday January 21.
“We're not necessarily looking for the best handball players, we're looking for kids with a lot of charisma and energy with a story to tell,” Mr Denning said.
“It's a way of showcasing what's different about Australia, but also what we have in common.”
Based at the Judith Wright Centre, Carbon Media has already produced Go Lingo and Letterbox for the ABC children's channel.
Submissions are open until 6pm Monday January 21 via www.handballheroes.com