Jess Thom, an artist and campaigner with Tourette syndrome, explores neuro-diversity using the work of playwright Samuel Beckett.
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In this Children In Need special, Simon Reeves presents the show in which some of the UK’s best designers and … [ Read More ]
While Chris Packham is most famous for his wildlife documentaries, there is a troubled side to him.
This two-part documentary follows the journey of six people across Vietnam: six people who all have disabilities.
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Royal Marine Commando Andy Grant is a man who has gone through a lot in life, and is even now … [ Read More ]
Channel 4 has been making a name for itself as a broadcaster catering to the needs of the disabled. Tonight … [ Read More ]
Dear Messrs Hills, Widdicombe and Brooker (I bet that’s the first time anyone has referred to Alex as “Messrs”), I … [ Read More ]
Returning again to Funimation’s new streaming service which recently launched in the UK, this week’s series is the one anime … [ Read More ]
This the best sort of yearly review: one which takes place after the whole year has taken place, because you … [ Read More ]