Will it be a television love match?
The Year Of Making Love BBC3, 9pm
MANY people now find their partners on the internet, whether it's through a dating site or buying a Filipino wife on eBay.
But what's the truth about 'compatibility'? Dating agencies claim to be able to match people up based on lists of likes and dislikes – a woman who's heavily into equestrianism, for example, might not want to shack up with a burger packer for Tesco – but do these devices actually work in real life?
The Year Of Making Love – not a reference to 1967 – is a social experiment centring around Britain's biggest ever blind date. How Cilla Black's going to keep this lot under control is anyone's guess.
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Hundreds of singletons are invited to meet what would outwardly appear their scientifically compatible match. But will any of them even like each other? If they do, will any last a whole year? Will any fall in love? And, most vitally of all, will they fall into the lazy stereotype of the man putting the bins out?
When Kirsty from Birmingham is matched with Andy from Nuneaton, there's an immediate attraction – well, when a girl meets a bloke from Nuneaton there's bound to be. But when things start moving fast, is it all too much, too soon?
Elsewhere, when Natalie meets Rogan, the sexual chemistry is obvious – it really is amazing what can be done under a pub table – but will their relationship go any deeper?
Expect a few tears and a lorra lorra laughs.