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Sophie Morgan on being a presenter, artist and disability campaigner

Sophie Morgan, who became a wheelchair user in 2003 after a car accident, is a disabled model, TV presenter, campaigner and artist. Find out about Sophie Morgan’s varied career and life, and watch her in action.

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From becoming disabled to interviewing disabled celebrities as a journalist and activist

Discover how Simon Sansome, who became disabled in later life, went from having a life-changing injury to a disability blogger and activist who now interviews disabled celebrities, including Rosie Jones and Adam Pearson.

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How disabled actress and activist Diana Elizabeth Jordan is creating change for other disabled artists

Diana Elizabeth Jordan is a disabled actress and activist. She’s been working in the industry for most of her life and is keen to create change for other disabled actors, as well as change society’s perception of disability.

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Top accessible music venues – as voted in the Outstanding Attitude Awards

Discover which music venues and festivals are most accessible to disabled music lovers by reading our article on the music venues that won alongside the British Summer Time Hyde Park at the Outstanding Attitude Awards.

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Disabled musicians can now apply to audition for the National Open Youth Orchestra

Launched in 2018 to provide a progression route for some of the UK’s most talented young disabled musicians aged 11 to 25, the National Open Youth Opera is a pioneering

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Why we’ve launched Access All Areas

Last month we launched Access All Areas, a subscription service that enables us to give you more in-depth and detailed advice and support to really help you achieve what you

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‘Bionic Model’ Rebekah Marine to appear on this week’s episode of Say Yes to the Dress

TLC’s hit show Say Yes to the Dress is back for its 17th series and features ‘Bionic Model’, Rebekah Marine, on this Saturday’s show, 2nd of March 2019 at 8pm

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Getting into the arts – no matter what your disability

The UK has a fantastically creative and inclusive arts scene, with plenty of opportunities for disabled people to express themselves. Able magazine, who we’ve partnered with, recently wrote about how

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‘Lost Voice Guy’ Lee Ridley on winning BGT, his comedy tour and people’s reactions to him being a disabled comedian

Back in June 2018, disabled comedian Lee Ridley, also known as ‘Lost Voice Guy’, shot to fame after winning the primetime TV show Britain’s Got Talent. It secured him a

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BFI presents a history of ‘Disabled Britain on Film’ from 1911 to the present day

The BFI has launched ‘Disabled Britain on Film’, a rich and varied free online collection of more than 170 films from across the UK, plus 20 specially curated features available to rent