The Big Life Fix
The Big Life Fix is British Reality TV series. Produced by Studio Lambert. Stars: Haiyan Zhang, Ross Atkin, Jude Pullen. It first aired on Dec 07, 2016, on BBC Two. The series has 8.4 * rating by IMDb.
How Many Seasons Of The Big Life Fix Are There Total: 2 (7 episodes)
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Season premieres on July 26, 2018
BBC Two, 5 episodes
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Season premieres on December 7, 2016
BBC Two, 3 episodes
The Big Life Fix is on BBC Two (United Kingdom) Thursdays at 6 pm
Season 2 Episode 4 (Episode 4) - Air Date: Aug 16, 2018 (about a year ago)
Inventing the Impossible: The Big Life Fix - BBC2 - What's On TV - per Whatsontv
Also featured in this new series of the cutting-edge design programme are a disabled snowboarder who hopes to get back on the slopes thanks to a life-changing board, and a young man allergic to sunlight who’s putting his faith in a revolutionary silicone mask.
Matt Baylis on last night's TV: The Big Life Fix - Express - via Express
Close to the verdict, she discreetly explained some of her background, partially sighted until a hit-and-run accident as a child rendered her blind. It seemed an admirable way to present this life detail, not a mission statement at the start, not some back story continually referred to. We saw the woman and her work long before we learnt about the past.
Inventing the Impossible: The Big Life Fix - Entertainment.ie - by Entertainment
Twelve-year-old Pollyanna lost a leg in an accident when she was two. Despite her challenges, she dreams of being a ballerina but her false leg does not allow her to go up onto her toes. Yusuf Mohammed takes up the challenge to build her a new prosthetic with the required movement in the foot. Also, Akram Hussein tries to come up with a solution for a 73-year-old deaf man whose nerve endings are too damaged to have a hearing aid, and materials expert Zoe Laughlin helps a man who is paralysed from the chest down find a way of cooking for his family.
What time does Inventing the Impossible: The Big Life Fix start on BBC Two, who is Simon Reeve and what's the series ... - according to Thesun
Each episode of the four-part series is one-hour long. In the second episode airing tonight (August 2), designer Haiyan Zhang attempts to come up with a monitoring solution for the parents of four-year-old William who suffers from epilepsy.