Producers of the BBC1 television programme – Don’t Get Done, Get Dom – are on the lookout for farmers to take part in a new series.

In each episode, presenter Dominic Littlewood aims to help out members of the public who require advice in negotiating the best possible deals on major purchases from cars and computers to TVs and now tractors.

Flame TV – the company which makes the programme – is asking to farmers who are the lookout for a new tractor, but don’t feel their haggling skills are up to scratch, to make contact. Phone 0207 278 5052 or email.

The person they pick will then be filmed while they receive the benefit of Dominic’s bargaining prowess as they go in search of their new machine.

Essex-boy Dom started out as a car trader. He made his first TV appearance on Channel 4’s ‘Faking It’, where he taught a vicar how to be a salesman in just one month. He was then drafted in to present BBC 2’s Wrong Car Right Car.

His expertise in buying and selling has been put to use presenting To Buy Or Not To Buy, for BBC1, where house hunters are given the chance to ‘test-drive’ their new home before purchasing. In 2004 he also fronted How I Made My Property Fortune for BBC2.

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