Editors Note: I really liked this program but I admit that I do prefer the UK version to the Australian version – I think the voiceover commentary on the UK version is funnier. It is great to see the UK version embracing disability, so perhaps the Australian version could do another series and take up the challenge also.
As part of Channel 4’s Year of Disability, the broadcaster’s hit television show Come Dine With Me is excited to further its commitment to ensuring the representation of disability on screen.
At present the popular programme is on a nationwide search to find brilliant people to compete in both the solo and couples version of the new series. Do you think you can host the perfect dinner party? Could it be you walking away with £1,000?
If you are fun-loving with a passion for food, then we want to hear from you now! You must be over 18 and not trained or working as a professional chef.
To apply for Come Dine With Me email: email@example.com.
If you are in a relationship and wish to apply for Couples Come Dine With Me email: firstname.lastname@example.org!
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Alternatively, call us directly on: 0207 157 4575. (When emailing, please leave your name, location, age and contact number. A member of our team will aim to contact you as soon as possible.)
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This article excerpt was sourced from the website UK Enable Magazine summary only and the original article can be found at Channel 4’s Come Dine With Me seeking disabled contestants.