MADCAP inventor Mick Madden is heading for our TV screens.
And he's taking his pet goldfish, Malcolm, with him!
Mick, from Brockholes, came up with the world's first goldfish walker, so he could take his pet for a walk.
Now his invention is to star in a TV show for kids.
Mick, 52, admits he gets plenty of odd looks, but says he has already had orders for the walker device.
It suspends a goldfish bowl on a trolley, so that the water won't spill out.
Mick said: "I have had Malcolm the fish for six years and I could tell he was getting fed up of going round and round and looking at the same wallpaper.
"I thought he could do with a change of scenery, but it is a bit difficult to carry a goldfish bowl around.
"So I came up with the trolley. It has got soft foam tyres and special suspension, so the water doesn't spill.
"And the rubber suspension takes the shockwaves out of the water when it goes over a bump.
"It has been a great success. Malcolm really appreciates his walks and is more lively since he started going out. His appetite has increased as well."
Mick, a welder who lives in a house he has named Crackpot Cottage, added: "Some lunchtimes I take him down the road to my local, The Rock, where I order a pint of beer for me and a glass of water for Malcolm.
"Everyone makes a fuss of him. He has made lots of new friends."
Now Mick's invention is to feature in a new BBC2 children's programme The Wonderful World of Weird, which is due to be screened next month.