the undateables

A teenager whose facial defect resulted in him being bullied and called "The Elephant Man" at school has gone on his first
Channel 4 show 'The Undateables' was an emotional affair on Monday night as a brave woman named Tammy met a lovely chap called
And it didn’t take Tom long to notice all the Twitter love, and his response made us (and everyone else) fall in love with
"It's our money," said one clipped voice in the back row, "so we should have the right to scrutinise what they do with it." He may have been a single audience member in Sunday's episode of The Big Questions, but this rattled taxpayer summed up everything that is wrong with Benefits Street - the urban zoo that has slammed Channel 4's ratings into high gear.
Later Live with Jools Holland – BBC2, 10.30pm Jools’ guest list never disappoints. But the first episode of his 40th series
Comedian Lee Ridley has slammed Channel 4's latest controversial documentary The Undateables, which follows a group of people
Tuesday (3 April) sees the start of a new series on Channel 4 called The Undateables or as I like to call it Would You Shag A Crip? It follows disabled people as they look for love. There's nothing like a good freak show to improve the ratings. The advertising around this programme has been deliberately controversial. A series of billboards for The Undateables with pictures of six of the participants has the tagline "love is blind, disfigured, autistic." Channel 4 would undoubtedly say that this was to help encourage debate and things but I doubt a teenage disabled person would cope very well with being told they were undateable.