Producers of the show provisionally called Crunch In The Sun, which aims to spotlight how the financial crisis has gripped ex-pats living in the region, are set to begin the initial stages of production.
Belinda Peach, boss of Majorca-based Acrobat TV, said she had received a marvellous response from islanders prepared to tell their story. It's not all doom and gloom, said Belinda. It's amazing how many people are prepared to roll up their sleeves and diversify to beat the problems caused by the credit crunch, she added. No one can afford to just sit down and wait for the storm to pass. But in Majorca it seems that new businesses are opening and there is a lot more hope than in other places, said Belinda.
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