Charlie, Andy, Nikki and Mia Clucas will be on BBC One this weekend.

Family set for TV screens this weekend

A Spalding family will be taking over the airwaves on BBC One this Sunday.

The Clucas’ are among the families featured in charity Sense’s BBC Lifeline Appeal that will be broadcast at 1.55pm.

The programme will be hlgh-lighting the work of the charity that helps people with complex disabilities and appealing for donations.

Andy and Nikki Clucas, who are directors of The Voice, regularly take their children Mia (3) and Charlie (1) to the Sense family centre in Market Deeping.

Both children have rare conditions that have left them blind and unlikely to ever walk and speak.

A spokesman for Sense said: “Nicola Burgess, who runs the service, helped the parents to discover ways of engaging with their children, ways to play and experience new activities, together as a family. For the first time they had discovered a place that focused on what the children could do, and they felt hopeful for the future.”

The broadcast will be available online at and also repeated on BBC Two on Tuesday 19th November at 1pm.

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