Dr Christian Jessen will feature in a brand new Channel 4 show in which viewers will be able to seek live medical advice from the comfort of their own homes.
In "Live From the Clinic" viewers will use Skype and cutting edge technologies to get a live appointment as the programme is on air.
The show, which will be broadcast at the end of May, will also test over-the-counter treatments and look at popular procedures such as laser eye surgery, showcasing the way patients might be diagnosed in future.
To take part in the show please contact the production team on : 0121 224 8386 or email email@example.com for a non-commital, informal chat.
Dr Christian recently filmed a cameo role for the new series of hit BBC 3 comedy show Mongrels which will
broadcast in september. Don't miss out on the episode "Nelson and the red squirrel" where the doctor comes face to face with his first non-human patient. How will he cope?
Embarrassing Bodies won the Best Popular Factual program category at the Broadcast Awards against stiff competition including James May’s Toy Stories, Mary Queen of Shops and Pineapple Dance Studios. The judges described it as "A fantastic piece of public service broadcasting that just keeps evolving". This latest Broadcast award joins a growing list of others that the show has picked up including two BAFTAs, a Broadcast Digital Award for Best Use of Interactive and also two RTS awards, including Best Independent Programe.
The Observer Magazine spent several days behind the scenes at the clinic and on the road with the Embarrassing Bodies team to research how the show has become such a success, and to answer the million pound question: "Why would you go on TV to show your bits if you are too embarrassed to see your GP? To check out the full article in the Observer online click here