We’ll be back in the studio today to film the next episode of Happy Hunting! at 3pm today, Friday 18th November 2011, on our super new set in the Designing Worlds studio on Garden of Dreams2– and you can be a part of it!
We have an exciting guest in the studio – Najara Fall of MelNaKa Events, who is one of the organisers behind the The Happy Feet Hunt which runs from the 17th of November untill the 17th of December. She’ll be sharing information about the Hunt with our host Cinders Vale. And Frequency Picnic, our hunt reporter, will be on hand with all the latest hunt news, and some examples of the wonderful items she’s found.
And, of course, we’ll be bringing you the details of the winner of our very first Where in the World is MarkTwain White? competition! Did you find the place where the gnome was hiding? We’ll be revealing the location – and naming the lucky winner!
And we’ll make a special announcement about next week’s show – and of a mini-hunt available only for our live audience!
All About Happy Hunting!
Happy Hunting! is the new show from treet.tv, all about hunts in Second Life and other virtual worlds. The show is presented by Cinders Vale, well-known as the RFL Survivors/Caregivers chair. She’s joined by Frequency Picnic, our Hunt News Reporter.
In each show we have news of ongoing and upcoming hunts, tips, advice, and shout-outs for hunts that are looking for participants. We show items that have caught our eye, as well as interviews with some of the people behind the hunts.
Then there’s a competition—Where in the World is MarkTwain White?
Before each show, Mark (the man behind the popular Sail On programme and maker of RFL films) will be placing a little gnome statue somewhere on the grid and taking a picture. That photo will be shown on the show, and a couple of exclusive clues will be given by Mark and Cinders. Viewers will have to identify the location and complete the entry form on the blog—and the winner will be announced on the following show. The prize should be around L$2,000.
So do come and join us at 3pm today– and if possible, get here a little early to be sure of getting a seat!