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Spike Breakwell: from a stage in Luton to a movie set in LA

Listen Comedian and writer Spike Breakwell, who uses an electric wheelchair, talks to Disability Horizons about his chance to jet…

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Last Night of the Proms: what a sensational evening…

Listen Regular traveller Kate Bennell (who recently told us about her trip to the Greek islands) talks about her experience…

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Official Theatre: accessing London’s theatres

Listen Do you enjoy visiting theatres in London’s West End but find yourself faced with a myriad of accessibility questions…

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The British Paraorchestra releases its first single

Listen Just in time for Christmas, the British Paraorchestra has released its first single, True Colors. Joining forces with a…

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Q&A with one-handed pianist Nicholas McCarthy

Listen Pianist Nicholas McCarthy was born without a right hand. He’s been playing since the age of 14 and has…

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IN-abled.com: inspiration and disabilities

Listen Disabilities and jobs are topics on the rise in circles across the globe. Chad Moore, founder of IN-abled.com, has…

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Disability art and Turning Points

Listen Artist Chris Tally Evans talks to Disability Horizons about how he became a ‘story teller’ and how his recent…

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The British Paraorchestra: recruiting new talent

Listen The British Paraorchestra have been going from strength to strength, this year performing at the Paralympic Games closing ceremony.…

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Film review: Rust and Bone

Listen Disability Horizons reader, Judith Merry, went to the preview screening (last Monday) of the new film Rust and Bone,…

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AJ Brockman: Differently abled through digital art

Listen A rising star, digital artist AJ Brockman creates traditional and modern art using computer software. We asked AJ to…

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