BBC Two has ordered a second series of Dave Gorman’s show Genuis.
Filming on the new six-part run begins in May and the comedian is now seeking new ideas from viewers that can be put to the test on screen.
rnHe said: ‘I'm obviously delighted that Genius is coming back for more. In times like this we should remember that ideas - clever ideas, hair brained schemes and the downright daft - are perhaps this country's greatest natural resource.’
Ideas from last series included making the Isle of Wight symmetrical, teaching maths through dance and marketing fizzy onion juice as a refreshing drink.
Katie Taylor, executive editor for BBC Entertainment said: ‘Series One brimmed with brilliant, intelligent and off the wall ideas, and we’re all looking forward to seeing what the British public come up with next.’
Here Gorman appeals for ideas for the next series: