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New series of Employable Me returns to BBC2

Voted Best Documentary of 2016 by The Guardian, the award-winning Employable Me returns to BBC2 on Monday 27th November at 9pm. The new series will follow eight disabled job seekers over six months as they embark on a pioneering new scheme that brings people from across the spectrum of disability together; so that they can help each other take on the seemingly impossible challenge of finding employment. The first episode features 52 year old partially paralysed Andy who has applied for over 3,000 jobs but only received one interview and 21 year old Ryan whose Tourette’s is so severe he has dropped out of university and lost his job in retail. Here’s a sneak preview of the inspiring new series:

Be sure to look out for RIDI Awards judge Morgan Lobb, CEO of VERCIDA in the first episode.