UK TV company betty is developing a FACTUAL DRAMA and I’d really like to hear from you.
Hiring a nanny or an au pair can be a great solution to returning to work and ensuring your kids receive high-quality childcare. But, with an industry that’s largely unregulated sometimes you can end up with someone unsuitable for your family… we are keen to hear your experiences.
We are looking for people’s stories that could be used to form our factual drama script. Your contribution would be IN CONFIDENCE and you would not be identified in the programme.
Whether you’re a parent, nanny or au pair, we’d like to hear about what the challenges have been for you.
If you’re interested in hearing more please contact Saskia in confidence on 0771 5111997 or [email protected]
Nanny with little girl wearing cape on West 79th St
Been looking for a site like this. On Wed 6/12 in the mid afternoon on West 79th between Columbus and Amsterdam, I saw two nannies, middle aged, African American, each with a young child. A little Caucasian girl wearing a cape (about a year and a half old) was crying uncontrollably, not a temper tantrum, just crying loudly. She either wanted something from the stroller or she wanted to get into the stroller. The nannies ignored her and kept walking. For nearly a block, this little girl kept crying loudly. I finally went up to the nanny and said that it wasn’t okay for her to ignore the little girl’s crying and that something was wrong. Both of the nannies cursed at me and told me to mind my own business. I told them that I was going to follow them until they helped the little girl and she stopped crying. They cursed again and kept walking. They eventually stopped and gave the little girl her sunglasses from the stroller bag and the girl stopped crying. This nanny was horrible, didn’t care one bit that this sweet little girl was upset.