The award-winning dating show returns. Nicholas is struggling to find love, Robbie Williams superfan Sam is looking for his own 'angel' to sing to and Shantae dreams of meeting a religious family guy. Looking for love can be tricky, but some find it harder than others. Add disability to the equation and it can sometimes seem almost impossible. This uplifting three-part series follows the journeys of several extraordinary singletons as they enter the dating circuit in pursuit of love.
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Extreme sports enthusiast year-old Samantha has it all - amazing friends, a beautiful home, and even a PhD in psychology. The only thing eluding her is love. Attractive, articulate and bright, Sam should be fending off suitors, but Sam has achondroplasia, the most common type of dwarfism, and being 3 foot 10 tends to attract all the wrong kind of attention. She's looking for someone as gutsy as she is - will James from New Zealand rise to the challenge, or is rocker Colin more her type? Ray is 49; an office-worker who has a learning disability, Ray's heart was broken three years ago when his fiancee Lolita left him.
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The Flame Introductions team is proud to be the dating agency behind Channel 4's popular documentary The Undateables, which challenges misconceptions about those living with a disability and disabled dating in London and the UK. February 05, Rebecca The Undateables. What a series it was! With so many highlights we've had a hard time narrowing it down to our top five February 02, Rebecca The Undateables.
The first episode features Richard, an amateur radio enthusiast, who has Asperger's. Richard will only date a woman who lives within a five-mile radius, and won't eat on a date. Meanwhile, year old Luke is a stand-up comedian who has Tourette's.