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Mission Accessible: Rosie Jones stars in short-form travelogue series on Channel 4

Comedian Rosie Jones has filmed a second series of short-form travelogues titled Mission: Accessible, which explores accessible activities for disabled holiday makers.

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Jonnie’s Blade Camp: Discovering young amputee’s sporting potential

Paralympic champion Jonnie Peacock stars in two-part documentary called Jonnie's Blade Camp where he works with five young amputees to…

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EastEnders actor Rose Ayling-Ellis becomes first deaf contestant to join Strictly Come Dancing

EastEnders actress Rose Ayling-Ellis - best known for playing Frankie Lewis - is set to become the first deaf contestant…

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Covid-19 vaccine exemption pass: what to do if you cannot be vaccinated or test for Covid

Many people cannot be vaccinated or tested due to a medical reason or have treatment that may cause side effects.…

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Which? research finds that banks are lacking accessibility for disabled customers

Listen Research conducted by the consumer group Which? has found that disabled customers are struggling to access bank services due…

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Why investing in social care could boost the economy by helping disabled people be independent

Disability charity Leonard Cheshire has found that social care could generate between £6 billion to £20 billion for the economy…

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Kellogg’s to roll out cereal boxes with world-first technology for blind and visually impaired people

Kellogg’s has announced that a new world-first technology will be added to its cereal boxes to make them accessible to…

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Coronation Street highlights the challenges faced by disabled people working from home during the pandemic

Coronation Street is set to broadcast a storyline next week that highlights the challenges disabled people have faced trying to…

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ITV’s announcement of first disabled contestant on Love Island sparks mixed opinions

Love Island's announcement of its first contestant with a disability has sparked mixed opinions among the disability community.

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BBC and UK arts councils celebrate the work of disabled artists with brand new commissions

BBC and UK arts councils celebrate the work of disabled artists with new film and audio commissions.

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