London, United Kingdom, June 12, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Martyn Helliwell, founder of leading fire walking and glass walking company Survivorbility, was interviewed live on national television following the dramatic appearance of Martyn and the Survivorbility team in the Big Brother house. Featured on Big Brother’s Little Brother, the live interview was conducted by presenter George Lamb in front of a studio audience who also experienced a brief takeover by the "Special Forces" team. For more information, visit www.survivorbility.com or call 0845 8686014.
"I’ve been on television quite a few times before, but nothing live like the Little Brother show," commented Martyn. "There was a brief rehearsal beforehand and then we were straight in. It was a real thrill as a result – there’s no time to think when you’re being interviewed, and no safety net when it’s live. You have to rely on a direct connection from brain to mouth, and hope they work together!"
During the interview, George expressed concerns about the ordeal the contestants went through, particularly Karly who withstood the "Ultimate Special Forces Challenge" to earn house mate status. Martyn allayed his concerns, reporting that whilst there had been a slight quiver of her lower lip, she was very brave. "I was actually really quite impressed with Karly," Martyn added. "She kept her head."
At the end of the interview, George asked Martyn to demonstrate the glass walking task seen on the main Big Brother show. "That was a little strange, as I’m used to doing glass walks using real glass; the glass used in the glass walks on the Little Brother show and at the Big Brother house was sugar glass on the insistence of the producers," explained Martyn. "I’d hate our glass walking customers to think we use sugar glass for the real glass walks we do!"
Survivorbility runs safe, exciting and life changing fire walking and glass walking events in the UK and around the world. Survivorbility uses these transformative experiences and others such as arrow breaking, board breaking and bar bending to help people break down fears and blocks that are preventing them from reaching their full potential. Big enough to run events with confidence and safety, yet small enough to offer personal client management and care, Survivorbility has scores of glowing testimonials from previous satisfied clients.
Survivorbility has a long track record of safe fire walking events and many examples of glass walking events with no cuts or injuries whatsoever. Survivorbility has extensive experience of running large corporate training events for blue chip companies, and working with major UK charities, helping them to raise thousands of pounds in just one night. Whether the event is part of a major corporate training event, fund raising event or a dramatic centrepiece for a stag night, Survivorbility provides a safe, reliable service with transparent and all-inclusive pricing.