Lindsay Lohan to present BBC Three documentary
Story by Jack Foley
LINDSAY Lohan is to present a new BBC Three documentary that will focus on child trafficking in India.
The as-yet untitled show will see Lohan travelling across the continent and interviewing the people involved in trying to find solutions to the illegal trade.
The programme forms part of BBC3’s just announced spring line up of factual programmes, which also includes a series looking at the financial world.
Fronted by the BBC’s business editor Robert Peston, the financial show will attempt to educate young people on how to prevent themselves from getting into debt.
It will also examine how Britain came to be hit by the largest financial disaster in half a century.
Further highlights in the new season include Dappers, a new drama following the lives of two young mothers living in Bristol, which has been written by Catherine Johnson, of Mamma Mia! fame.
And there’s also Pulse, a horror set in a hospital and Stanley Park, based on the stage play by Leo Richardson.
Documentary Girls On The Frontline, meanwhile, will follow four young women who are serving on the front line of the Afghan conflict on behalf of the British Army.