Advancements in MND trials are making a breakthrough; Professor Ammar Al-Chalabi speaks to Lorne Gillies about the future of MND research.
As we prepared to enter 2021 we spoke to friends of Enable and prominent voices in the disabled community about their hopes and ambitions around disability.
Disability hate crime is on the rise, even so, only one in 62 cases end in a criminal charge. Lorne Gillies goes behind the crime to discover why cases are not being reported and what more needs to be done.
As lockdown reached Uganda, the impacts of COVID-19 on education and disabled children were felt across the country.
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.
Recognised as part of the BAFTA Breakthrough group, writer and comedian Tim Renkow speaks about the importance of recognition and challenging percptions.
Actor and writer Mat Fraser spoke to Lorne Gillies about working on CripTales and the importance of celebrating disabled voices in the mainstream.
Royal Marines Commando to the Invictus Games, TV presenter, and now, Strictly Come Dancing contestant: JJ Chalmers talks overcoming challenges.
Rugby legend Doddie speaks exclusively to Lorne Gillies about his foundation, new trials, The Dodcast and finding a cure for motor neuron disease.
In 2010 the Equality Act was enacted into law by Parliament to legally protect people against discrimination. The RNIB discuss the Act ten years on.
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