An unscreened pilot was made with comic Duncan Norvelle as presenter  but it was eventually hosted by Cilla Black , who already hosted the LWT series Surprise Surprise. The show returned in on Channel 5. Three singles of the same sex were introduced to the audience. They were then asked a question by a single individual of the opposite sex, who could hear but not see them, to choose with whom to go on a date.
Austrian Association in Support of the Blind and Visually Impaired
With the Blind Date trail, we offer people with impaired vision an intensive nature experience in which we address all senses except the eyes. It also allows those with good vision to learn how to perceive the environment other than with their eyes. The "Blind Date" trail complements the nature trail on its first part. It is about 1 km long. On each panel, we offer a special "Blind Date" tip related to the station's theme.
With immediate effect, the complete processing of the WACA certification, the application as well as marketing and accounting responsibilities have been integrated into the subsidiary of the largest Austrian self-help organisation for the blind and visually impaired, the HGBS-GmbH. With more than 6, members, the Austrian Association in Support of the Blind and Visually Impaired is the largest self-help organisation for the blind and visually impaired in Austria and an expert in the fields of ICT, AI and assistive technologies. It represents the interests of around , severely visually impaired people throughout Austria, is active in various bodies in Austria and the European Commission and offers advice for those affected as well as a broad training concept. To this end, HGBS-GmbH offers various services for start-ups, project partners and companies that want to develop in the field of accessibility.
Activity organized by Frida Robles. In the frame of: " paradise fallen: performativity, dis-orientation and the undecommons or, how to orient space differently" a workshop by South African visual artist Zen Marie, respond to an invitation by Swiss curator Madeleine Amsler. This two-day workshop critically explores some well-worn terms within contemporary art, especially it looks at site specificity and relational aesthetics by pushing them into an encounter with terms imbued with the ambition of radical energies: the undercommons, queer phenomenology and performativity. Bern University of the Arts , Swiss. Schauspielhaus Wien.