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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. Winner of the RTS Television Award.


How Many Season Does Employable Me United Kingdom Have: 2 (7 episodes)

Season 3


Season 2

Season premieres on November 27, 2017

BBC Two, 4 episodes

Season 1

Season premieres on March 23, 2016

BBC Two, 3 episodes

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Employable Me United Kingdom Broadcast Time

Employable Me United Kingdom is on BBC Two (United Kingdom) Mondays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S2E4 (Alan and Erica) - Air Date: Dec 18, 2017 (about a year ago)

News & Interviews

Employable Me was inspirational TV - review - - 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?

Taking Part In Employable Me Was The Most Important Personal Journey Of My Life - HuffPost UK - by Huffingtonpost

If you had asked me a year ago about my life with cerebral palsy I’d have told you that it impacts on my movement and ability to get around. I would have probably told that there isn’t a day that goes by where I don’t hurt because of my disability, and if you’d asked me in the right way I might have owned up to the fact that this gets me down sometimes. One thing I most definitely wouldn’t have accepted is that I feel my CP might be part of reason I haven’t had a job that wasn’t freelance or an internship since I got my first-class honours degree five years ago.

Employable Me has struck a chord but will it change employers' attitudes to disability? - - per 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.

Employable Me viewers see Liverpool man with Asperger's syndrome take his first steps into work - Liverpool Echo - by Liverpoolecho

He said: “I didn’t know what we were going into but it was very successful. He was with us for about five days in all and it was all real – it wasn’t invented and he just got on with the job like anybody else.


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