Jono Lancaster, 26, has always been different. Born with a genetic condition, Treacher Collins Syndrome, Jono was given up for adoption at just 36 hours old. His lack of cheekbones and facial abnormality horrified his parents so much, that on attempting to contact them in 2009, he was rejected once again, being told that they desired no further contact, now or ever. Though devastating, the rejection furnished Jono with more facts about his birth family – he now knows that he has two younger siblings that have no idea he exists. Ever since, he’s been unable to stop thinking about them, a fact that has only been compounded by the discovery of their profiles on Facebook. Now, Jono has a decision to make. Do his siblings have a right to know he exists? And if they do, is Facebook the right way to contact them? In Finding My Family, we follow Jono as he meets other adoptees who have all been traced by their birth relatives online. How has this very modern phenomenon affected their lives? And, moreover, how will this affect the decision Jono has to make? Should he really go against his biological parents’ wishes and contact his siblings? And if he does, what will the repercussions be?