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Deaf actor and advocate Rose Ayling-Ellis recognised as most influential disabled person in Power 100 list 2022

Actor, Strictly champion and deaf advocate Rose Ayling-Ellis has been recognised as the most influential disabled person in the Shaw…

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Less than 2% of characters in the top UK TV shows are disabled

Streaming service WatchTVAbroad.com shares its latest research – Diversity in the UK - which has found TV bosses are doing…

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Ralph & Katie: a love story about a married couple with Down’s syndrome

Ralph and Katie, two disabled characters from the hit BBC One series The A Word, are set to appear on…

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Meet the candidates representing disability in new show Make Me Prime Minister

Make Me Prime Minister is a brand new Channel 4 series that is set to lift the lid on what it…

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Deaf representation on TV – John & Joe Bishop: Life After Deaf and Handmade: Britain’s Best Woodworker

Find out more about Channel 4’s deaf contestant on Handmade: Britain’s Best Woodworker and John Bishop's new documentary about British Sign…

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Rose Ayling-Ellis reveals first-ever Barbie doll with hearing aids

A Barbie doll with a behind-the-ear hearing aid is part of a new range of diverse and inclusive dolls unveiled…

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Paralympian Ellie Simmonds set to take part in Strictly Come Dancing 2022

Paralympic swimmer Ellie Simmonds - who has a form of dwarfism - is set to take part in the new…

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TV personality Scarlett Moffatt and music artist Billie Eilish open up about their lives with Tourette’s syndrome

TV personality Scarlett Moffatt is starring in her debut documentary – Britain’s Tourette’s Mystery- to investigate the rise of Tourette’s…

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Adam Pearson will test his cooking skills on Celebrity Masterchef 2022

TV presenter, actor and disability campaigner Adam Pearson is set to test his cooking skills when he participates in Celebrity…

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Meet the deaf contestants taking part in Hunted and Love Island 2022

Reality shows Hunted and Love Island have confirmed deaf contestants will be competing in this year’s series.

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