Next Episode of The Big Life Fix is
The UK's leading inventors create ingenious new solutions to every-day problems and build life-changing solutions for people in desperate need.
A team of inventors attempt to change the lives of three inspiring people with very different problems. 40-year-old Graham was passionate about snowboarding until an accident dramatically changed his life. Graham dreams of one thing - getting back on the slopes and back on his snowboard again. Can award-winning engineer Yusuf Muhammed help make his wish come true? Alexander lives with a rare genetic disorder that causes extreme sensitivity to the sun's ultraviolet rays. Materials expert Zoe Laughlin needs to find a way to protect Alex's skin from the harmful rays which is light-weight and ventilating, whilst allowing him to go out in public without being stared at. Kyle's ambition has always been to be a hairdresser, but he was born with a deformed hand making it impossible for him to hold hair while cutting or styling it. Engineer Jude Pullen needs to come up with a solution that will give Kyle the dexterity required to work as a professional hairstylist.
Four-year-old William has a rare form of epilepsy which causes him to have multiple seizures, some of which are life-threatening. Can designer and technologist Haiyan Zhang come up with an invention that will help William's parents to monitor him and ease the pressure they're under? 19-year-old Ian was born with cerebral palsy, which has left him with no control of his body and an inability to speak. Since he was a child, one of his greatest pleasures has been sailing. Engineer Ryan White and experience designer Ruby Steel team up to help Ian sail a boat using just his eyes. Ruby also tries to find a way to make smart technology more accessible for people like Susan, who suffers from multiple sclerosis and lives on her own.
A team of inventors attempt to change the lives of three inspiring people with very different problems. The team try to help a young ballerina who has lost a leg, an elderly man who is deaf and a dad who wants to cook for his family.
A boy with Tourette's needs help to control his tics, a paralysed man is determined to be independent, and the parents of a disabled child ask for help to make his legs stronger.
Looks like something went completely wrong!
But don't worry - it can happen to the best of us,
- and it just happened to you.
Please try again later or contact us.