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“Undateables” is looking for Pityriasis Rosea sufferers in the UK!

I’m writing regarding the new series of Undateables we’re producing here at ‘betty’ for Channel 4 in the UK. We are only looking for people who are based anywhere in the UK.

Just to let you know a little more about the show, in case you haven’t seen it; once again we are making a vibrant, romantic and insightful documentary series 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 relationships.

The series will follow key mile-stones in our contributors’ journeys and explore their thoughts and feelings about their experiences along the way.  From meeting the agency and getting their dating profile set up to preparing for their first date, we will document the highs and lows of their journey.

We’re currently in the process of talking to a number of organisations, including leading disability networks and charities about the series idea, to ensure the issues are handled sensitively.  Alison Walsh, Channel 4’s Disability Adviser is also working with us on the project.

There is a link to the show here: http://www.channel4.com/programmes/the-undateables/4od.

We’re really excited about Undateables returning and feel it is a great opportunity to continue to create a greater understanding about the issues and prejudices that are faced especially with a condition like Pityriasis that is so rare. I hope the above information gives more of an insight into our aims for the series.

Please feel free to call me on 0207 290 0669 or 07810332426 with any questions at all.

Alternatively you can email us on undateables@betty.co.uk

Best wishes,

Lizzie Hardy | Assistant Producer


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