is a ten-part series that will take you through the dating ups and downs, it can be considered a guide as what to do — or, what not to do — depending on how you look at it. The end of night snog Oh my, the anticipation of what’s going to happen at the end of the night might distract you from enjoying the actual date.
Here are some tidbits based on my experiences dating British men from England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. If things are going smoothly and there’s chemistry, it should be natural.
It is presented by the Russian theatre and television actress, Aleksandra Rebenok.
In Italy, the original British version is aired (dubbed in Italian language) on Real Time with the title Dire, Fare, Baciare from April 2013.
What to expect I met up for Guinness with a lad from Strabane, Northern Ireland, and I could tell he was a wee bit nervous. A true British gentleman will make sure you get home safely, don’t be suspicious of any ulterior motives.
Rather than waiting for that pressured moment, if things are going well, then MWAH.
After the questions it allows the person to choose their style based on a celebrity and dresses them accordingly.
It sometimes orders the person to do a 'deep cleanse' where they have to take off all of their make-up.
It conducts a public analysis to ask the public whether they would snog (kiss), marry or avoid the participant, as well as another random question which offers those questioned another chance to praise or criticise.To promote the third series, BBC Three aired a one-off special called Snog, Marry, Avoid – Top 10 Shockers, a count down of the most memorable make-unders on 15 December 2009.Series 3 kicked off on 4 February 2010, with a 12-episode series. has received positive reviews, complimenting its useful beauty tips and 'cliche' gimmick.After the transformation POD will ask the public what they think of the person.The person is then re-introduced to their partner or relative outside the TV studio and their reaction is recorded, generally a positive one towards the more natural look.In series 6, a catwalk was also introduced, whereby the person shows off their look to their friends, family and other locals.As with many BBC programmes, previews are uploaded to You Tube before the programme is screened on TV. videos on You Tube is Scotland's No1 Male Barbie, which got interest around the world due to celebrity blogger Perez Hilton featuring it on his Twitter page.POD's commentary is created by comedian Doug Faulkner and is voiced by the series 1-3 producer.The show ended after its sixth series which was broadcast in 2013. has given 'makeunders' to a range of people in Britain, including celebrities.If it feels right and you fancy a kiss, lean in a bit, with a glint in your eye, and if he is into it, he’ll meet you half way. was a British reality television show broadcast on BBC Three, produced by Remarkable Television.