Channel 4 online dating show

He is gone a long time so Jenny follows and discovers him having sex with the waiter in the toilet. Mia meets another date, superficially self-assured surgeon Stephen, though she shocks him by telling him that when she was an escort girl he paid her for sex. It’s having a Mating Season and — unusually for the network — it’s not all about sex. The drama series is about ‘the social minefield’ of modern dating, and what a minefield it is.“We can’t really go to bars and meet people, or clubs or anything like that.

Jenny, a shy teacher from Rotherham, meets super-confident city trader Nick in a London wine bar.

“This is the problem,” says 30 year-old Nayera, who’s on the lookout for a husband at a dating event.

“You’ve got these two cultures, and trying to find the common ground between them can be a discussion you need to have, I think.” Will a match-making event for Muslims help her find someone she connects with on a personal and faith-based level?

My Online Nightmare continues Wednesday 26th April and will look into cyberstalking and people who threaten others online. She enjoys socialising with friends, exploring new places and can often be found with her nose in a book.

Creator Bryan Elsley conceived the idea of Dates in December 2011/January 2012, stating "a date is a very complex and grown up interaction between two people. Everyone knows the difficulty of spending an hour or so in someone's company that you haven't met before.

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