The new series is going to be a vibrant, romantic and insightful documentary which will follow disabled people and those with a variety of conditions on their quest to find love. The series will also aim to explore society’s attitude towards disabled people and how this can affect relationshipsl following key mile-stones in our contributors’ journeys and exploring their thoughts and feelings about their experiences along the way. The intention is that there would also be accompanying information and help web-pages for viewers.

 

They are looking for inspirational single people who might be interested in taking part.

To find out more – www.facebook.com/TheUndateables2, and Twitter  – http://twitter.com/UndateablesTeam.

If anybody is interested in finding out more, they would love to chat to you or arrange to meet you in person.

 

The first series was a huge success in both ratings and critical acclaim, being ‘pick of the day’ in most major newspapers.

‘gentle,
careful and respectful’ –
The Telegraph,

‘beautifully
done’ –
The Guardian,

The Undateables proved to be a highly worthwhile and
rewarding series. The lesson? These people weren’t really undateable at all
.’Metro

 

The entire series can be viewed online at http://www.channel4.com/programmes/the-undateables/4od.

 

If you would like to know more about taking part please contact Samantha Brown, Researcher at Betty, The Heal’s Building, 8 alfred mews, W1T 7AA

Telephone 02072900669

samantha.brown@betty.co.uk

www.betty.co.uk