Entertainment & Culture

Ade Adepitan on his wheelchair basketball career and becoming a television presenter and author

Ade Adepitan is a former wheelchair basketball player, TV present and author. We speak to him about his life with…

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Disability short story series: Rolling In It

We don't think there are enough books with disabled characters or disability in the storyline, so we have created some…

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Joanne Roughton-Arnold: visually impaired violinist, opera singer and founder of FormidAbility

Joanne Roughton-Arnold is a visually impaired violinist, opera singer and the founder of the opera company formidAbility, which makes opera…

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How to fundraise if you have a disability

Stephanie, who has congenital muscular dystrophy, recently raised more than £700 for Muscular Dystrophy UK from her home. Find out…

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Rising Phoenix: a documentary about the Paralympic Games movement

Paralympian's hail launch of ground-breaking movie Rising Phoenix, which features the story of the Paralympic Games movement and is streamin on…

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Cerrie Burnell: disabled actress, author and TV presenter

Cerrie Burnell is a disabled actress, author and TV presenter best known for being a presenter of the BBC children’s…

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Petition to make audio description available on ALL films, TV programmes and streaming services

A petition has been launched to make audio description (AD) compulsory on all films, TV shows and streaming services. Emma…

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Disabled veterans take on the World’s Toughest Race in a new Amazon Prime series

A team of disabled veterans and civilians are competing in an ultimate adventure to conquer the World’s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge…

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Briony May Williams: Bake Off semi-finalist and TV presenter who lives with a “little hand”

Briony May Williams is a disabled baker and TV presenter who got to the smi-finals of the Great British Bake…

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Breaking the myths around messy play for disabled people

Simon Stevens, who has cerebral palsy, breaks down the myths around 'messy play' as a form of art therapy for…

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