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Do you have what it takes to front a TV show on veterinary medicine? Image: rainer_81 / Fotolia.

BBC Science is looking for qualified vets to present a new television series on veterinary medicine.

The show will investigate what’s best for pets and explore the latest innovations in animal medicine – with the aim of educating the public on how to keep their pets healthy and happy.

Engaging and passionate

The presenters will be passionate about working with animals and have great communications skills to engage viewers in a range of different stories. No previous media experience is required.

To apply, record a short video of yourself on your smartphone in which you describe your area of expertise and the most common questions you are asked.

  • Send this with your CV, photo and contact details to vets@bbc.co.uk before 17 April.
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