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.From a stand-up comedian with Tourettes and a trapeze artist with brittle bones, to a media student with Down's Syndrome, an amateur poet with a learning disability, and a skateboarder with a facial disfigurement, the series follows them as they enter the world of blind dates, matchmakers and speed dating.With the help of Searchmate, one of the UK's leading personal introductions agencies, and Stars in the Sky, a specialist dating agency for people with learning difficulties, The Undateables explores the realities of looking for love in an image-obsessed world, where too many people make snap judgements based on first impressions - and even consider some to be 'undateable'.
Postman Sam has Asperger's syndrome. Kate has narcolepsy. Ian is going blind. Can they find love?
Musician Eddie, who is autistic, meets Cassie for a date. Josh and Lily, who has Williams syndrome, go for a date at a haunted house. And Pani, who has dwarfism, meets Ellen.
Jamie, who has Asperger's, has his first date. Luke, who's autistic, uses his language skills to impress Alice. And Lizzie, who has a learning disability, dreams of finding love.
A poet with learning difficulties goes on a date with an old school friends he once had feelings for, and Alex Hopes to declare his true feelings for Eloise as they approach their two-year anniversary.
The Return of the programme following disabled people searching for romance, including a woman with aspergers.
Award-winning series The Undateables returns with new singletons looking for love. Poetry lover Michael has spent years studying the literature of love but he's had precious few opportunities to try out his own romantic lines. Michael has Asperger's, a form of autism, and has been single for over 14 years. Dance teacher Tobi is fearless on the dance floor.
This episode features the romantic adventures of autistic film aficionado Tom, nurse Esther, who has a large birth mark on her face, and Thomas, a deaf sports science student.
The show catches up with some familiar faces, including Leeds fan Ray, photographer Becky, and poet Shaine, who marks two years with his girlfriend on a special trip to London.
Daniel, who has autism, and his fiancee Lily, who has a learning disability, see what it will be like to live together as a married couple. The pair got engaged at Christmas and want to spend some time acting as 'Mr and Mrs' before they officially move in together later this year. Meanwhile, James Bond fan Rhys from Swansea, who has autism, decides to re-join a dating agency in the hope of finding romance.
Rugby player Luke from Hull has Tourette's syndrome and finds it hard to control his physical and vocal tics. With a job as a chef, a degree in science and health, and a great set of friends, Luke believes finding a girlfriend is the final piece of the puzzle. Bookseller Sam from Cambridgeshire longs for the romance he reads about in novels. Sam has Asperger's. He is gay and finds the scene intimidating, but is ready to put himself out there. Photography graduate Becky from north London is a self-confessed romantic. Becky has scoliosis, a genetic condition that causes a curvature of the spine. Becky has never had a boyfriend, but is determined to do something about it.
Trainee accountant and Bollywood fan Nisar has a stammer, grunge-lover Daniel has Asperger's and fashionista Fatmina has dwarfism
The love-seekers this time include Amber, who suffered a major stroke eight years ago. Having learned to walk and talk again, Amber's ready to find her Prince Charming. There's also Nick and Richard.
Alex has been single since breaking up with his girlfriend a year and a half ago. Proud owner of a new sports car, the 24-year-old is ready to re-join the dating scene. But Alex, who's autistic, struggles to talk to new people, especially girls. He's hoping his date with Ellie, at the zoo, will accelerate him back into the fast lane of dating. Identical twin Jason is an airplane buff. The 25-year-old, who has Asperger's, longs to meet his own co-pilot, but has a tendency to rush into relationships too quickly. In a new career move, rugby player Tom, from Bridgend, has taken to the catwalk. But while his model looks mean he's not short of attention, the 28-year-old has Tourette's and Asperger's, which makes him shy when speaking to girls.
Jason is a transport buff with autism. Vlogger Charley has cerebral palsy. And Souleyman is a sprinter going blind, whose search for love is a race against the clock.
James Bond fanatic Rhys is from Swansea. The law graduate is autistic and struggles to read signals, meaning he is never sure whether a girl fancies him. Joshua is 22 and from Chichester. Joshua is a keen gardener. He is autistic and can sometimes find social situations difficult, but he now feels ready to find a girlfriend. Cooking enthusiast Kaia from Berkshire is profoundly deaf. Can Kaia win over the man of her dreams with her culinary skills?
Movie fanatic Sam may be born and bred in Kent, but with a love of all things American, he sounds more Hollywood than British. Sam, who is autistic, is looking for his leading lady and hopes his collection of 44 bottles of aftershave might help. At 35, robotics engineer Donovan is the last one in his group of friends to find love. Donovan has brittle bones which has lead to over 80 fractures in his life. His condition has also affected his growth - at around 4'10', he feels his height puts women off. Can he bag his first ever second date? Katy, a careworker from Gloucester, has been single for a year and is eager to find love. Katy has Tourette's syndrome and wants to find a man who will accept her for who she is.
Richard is 43 and autistic and last year managed his first ever second date. Can he now build on this success with Anna? There's also postman Sam. And the show also catches up with Lizzie and Eddie.
Return of the documentary following people with a range of restrictive conditions as they search for romance. Alex, 21, is extremely nervous around new people because of his autism, and has never been on a date. Passionate about fast cars, he decides to take Eloise to a race at Brands Hatch. Professional artist's model Matthew, 31, feels his stammer has hindered his success in love, while 27-year-old Daniella has Apert syndrome, a rare genetic condition that means she was born with the bones in her hands, feet and skull fused together. Could her first-ever date lead to a relationship?