This month, the National Theatre of Scotland (NTS) takes to the stage with the new musical, Orphans. As the show opens in Edinburgh, we caught up with actress Amy Conachan about the project and representation on stage.Read More
Amazing outfits, an iconic disco ball and impressive dance moves all come to mind when you think of Strictly Come Dancing, but this year, Rose Ayling-Ellis is putting disability in the spotlight as the show’s first ever deaf contestant.
After raising millions for MND research since his Motor Neuron Disease (MND) diagnosis in 2016, ex-rugby star Doddie Weir has raised millions for MND research. Now, in his new book, Doddie explores the highs, lows and the laughter from his fight with the disease.
The countdown to the Tokyo 2020 Summer Paralympic Games is on and with the Games returns a special season of The Last Leg.
Today (19 August), international organisations unite for a decade-long campaign to transform the lives of disabled people around the world.
Currently, just five members of UK parliament have declared a disability, totalling 0.8 per cent of the commons, leaving 22 per cent of the UK population without a strong political voice. Emma Storr investigates what more needs to be done.
The course of the coronavirus pandemic has undoubtedly caused stress and anxiety for millions of people, but as restrictions ease, a new wave of social anxiety is preventing some from returning to normal life.