Employable Me United Kingdom
Employable Me United Kingdom is British Documentary TV series. Produced by Optomen Television. Stars: Gus Brown, Simon Baron-Cohen, Nancy Doyle. It first aired on Mar 23, 2016, on BBC Two. Won the RTS Television Award.
How Many Seasons Are In Employable Me United Kingdom: 2 (7 episodes)
Season premieres on November 27, 2017
BBC Two, 4 episodes
Season premieres on March 23, 2016
BBC Two, 3 episodes
Employable Me United Kingdom is on BBC Two (United Kingdom) Mondays at 6 pm
S2E4 (Alan and Erica) - Air Date: Dec 18, 2017 (about a year ago)
Employable Me was inspirational TV - review - Telegraph.co.uk - via Telegraph
“My last job? Stripper. This interview’s not going well, is it?” But 52-year-old Paul from Northumberland wasn’t ever a stripper. In fact, he hadn’t worked at all since developing severe Tourette’s syndrome six years ago. His tics and offensive outbursts made finding work a challenge, to say the least. Would he ever provide for his family again?
Rushcliffe Borough Council features in primetime TV's Employable Me - West Bridgford Wire - via Westbridgfordwire
Taking Part In Employable Me Was The Most Important Personal Journey Of My Life - HuffPost UK - via Huffingtonpost
BBC TV show Employable Me throws spotlight on Nottingham jobseeker - Nottingham Post - via Nottinghampost
Employable Me, BBC2: new documentary shows the difficulties of job seeking if you're disabled - Evening Standard - via Standard
Employable Me has struck a chord but will it change employers' attitudes to disability? - SmartCompany.com.au - via Smartcompany
Equally, employers need to open their minds and workplaces, in order to reap the benefits. We are some way from a totally inclusive society, but if the means to making traction is through exposure, discussion and destigmatisation, then Employable Me is right on cue.
Everybody fell in love with the talented Paul and Brett on Employable Me - Irish Examiner - via Irishexaminer
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Employable Me viewers see Liverpool man with Asperger's syndrome take his first steps into work - Liverpool Echo - via Liverpoolecho
Employable Me was heartwarming telvision that can inspire us all: review - The Telegraph - via Telegraph
The two in focus here were at different stages of their working lives, yet both hitting dead ends. Ryan, 22, had Tourette’s so severe that he had been fired from his retail job and unemployed ever since. Six years ago, Andy, the director of a motorsport company, had a stroke. Now 52, he was out of work, partially paralysed, his speech badly affected by aphasia.