Producers of the BBC Two show Big Life Fix are searching for people, who could benefit from a tailor-made invention to improve their quality of life, to take part in the second series of the programme.
The show aired in December last year and is an exciting and innovative science series that sees a skilled team of scientists, engineers and designers create bespoke technology for individuals and groups to transform their lives for the better.
In the first series, the team came up with a solution for a range of issues affecting individuals and communities, including creating a device to counter the effects of Parkinson’s disease for a young graphic designer, building a bicycle for a boy born with no hands or feet and designing a system to help a visually impaired mother take her children to the park.
If you feel that you could benefit from a tailor-made invention the show’s producers would like to hear from you. Perhaps it’s a daily task, a hobby or a lifelong dream that’s proving to be a challenge. Or maybe you have a disability you need help managing, or a problem that you and your family, or even whole community face.
If you would like to apply and share your story, call 0203 040 6908, or email email@example.com (All calls are treated in the strictest of confidence).