London – BBC Worldwide will be taking six new formats to MipTV. The six new formats on offer at MipTV next month include The House That Made Me, Junior Doctors: Your Life In Their Hands, Toughest Place To Be, Generation Gap, Cook Off and A Farmer’s Life For Me. The House That Made Me is innovative new biographical format, where famous figures take an emotional but frequently uplifting trip back to meticulous recreations of the homes they were brought up in. Junior Doctors: Your Life In Their Hands is a fly-on-the-wall series format which puts the lives of seven newly qualified doctors under the microscope during their first four months on the wards of a busy city hospital. Toughest Place To Be is a series where ordinary people with ordinary jobs are displaced to some of the most extreme environments on earth to work alongside the locals in workplaces that are wildly different from those they are used to. Love Productions’ Generation Gap is an active, immersive format that sees young people volunteer for work in a care home for the elderly. Cook Off is on a mission to find the nation’s best cooking family. Reality format, A Farmer’s Life For Me, sees nine couples leaving the rat race to put their farming skills to the test as they compete to win a sensational prize: the opportunity to run their very own farm, surrounded by acres of stunning countryside, for an entire year. Returning formats BBC Worldwide will be taking to MipTV include Life on Mars, The Week The Women Went, recently produced in France and India, and global hits Dancing With The Stars and Top Gear.