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Dear All, I'm a producer with a TV company called Optomen. I am adding this new topic as I would like to find people with ASD who have struggled to find employment for a BBC project I am developing. The idea is looking at the science of neuro diversity to present people to employers as an asset, rather than focusing on difficulties. If you would like to find out more please e-mail me at email@example.com Many thanks Emma Parsons
I am a producer with a TV company called Optomen. I am developing a project for the BBC looking for people with Asperger's who have struggled to get a job. The idea of the project is to look at the science of how people who are considered to have a neuro-diversity area an asset to an employer focusing on individual strengths, rather than difficulties. If you would like to find out more, please e-mail Emma at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you
Just wondering as I've noticed that there's few 'older' people who use this forum, who quite often prefer older shows and films. I personally (for the most part anyway) prefer older shows and films because of my watching nostalgia channels (and also the Gerry Anderson repeats on BBC2 which I'm sure we all watched when we got the chance) during my childhood and teenage years during the 1990s. However there are one or two shows which I enjoy (eg Arrow) and a few others which I continue to watch out of loyalty (eg Doctor Who) rather than out of enjoyment of the quality, which is often lacking. Also I enjoy watching some modern SF and Fantasy movies, provided that they have a distinctly 'retro' style to them such as 'Dredd' which is pretty much as close as you are going to get to an old school (18 rated) 1980s SF action film that you are going to get in todays ultra PC media world, and 'Chappie' which while it can be a little twee at the same time it's a VERY 80s film, albeit one made in 2015. So what do you guys think?