Head2Head Sensory Theatre, are a specialist theatre charity for disabled people and their families, is set to present two new online shows, sure to keep everyone entertained over Easter.
Held annually on the first Thursday of March, World Book Day is committed to getting every child and young person a book of their own.
The Limbless Association, a charity supporting amputees across the UK, is launching AmpLAfy: a podcast series to raise awareness of the issues faced by people living with limb loss.
Paul Jameson, who lives with motor neuron disease and is losing his voice from the condition, is telling the story of his life via the medium of opera.
Channel 4’s Production Training Scheme 2021 has opened for applications to learn and develop skills pertinent to the TV industry.
Those with learning disabilities are disproportionately affected by the restrictions and new way of living. The Sunnybank Trust is helping to promote inclusion one radio show at a time.
In an honest, intimately raw documentary, director Xavier Alford opens up about a rare condition, here he speaks about Locked In: Breaking the Silence.
Jim LeBrecht, who has spina bifida, is reminiscing a summer like no other in Netflix’s Crip Camp. Here he chats recognition from BAFTA and making the doc.
Director, Bim Ajadi has paved the way for D/deaf and hearing actors to connect. Now, Bim is being recognised for his film Here/Not Here by BAFTA.
Enable speaks to Sir Tom about donating £1m for demenita, the power of positive news and his hopes for a treatment breakthrough in the future.
Boasting over 150 hours of broadcast TV credits, director Jordan Hogg speaks to Lorne Gillies about being awarded BAFTA Breakthrough 2020.
Celebrating the 25 anniversary of the British Disability Rights Act, the BBC will host a series of high-level conversations on LinkedIn Live this Thursday.
Recognised as part of the BAFTA Breakthrough group, writer and comedian Tim Renkow speaks about the importance of recognition and challenging percptions.
UK and USA participants have been revealed as part of the BAFTA’s 2020 BAFTA Breakthrough, supported by Netflix, celebrating diversity.
Actor and writer Mat Fraser spoke to Lorne Gillies about working on CripTales and the importance of celebrating disabled voices in the mainstream.