This Pride Month, it’s time to change conversations around sex, disability and the LGBTQ+ community.
George Webster is just at the start of his acting career, but he’s already becoming a well-known name both on and off screen. We catch up with George to talk about his career so far and how he wants to see representation change in the future.
The BBC’s Director of Creative Diversity, June Sarpong is trailblazing diversity in the media, she spoke to Lorne Gillies about the attitudes she is hardwiring.
Disability charity, Leonard Cheshire has released a bold new campaign aims to fight for the rights of disabled people and showcase their potential to live, learn and earn.
Editor Lorne attended a BBC webinar to discover how the organisation is changing internally and within the industry to improve diversity representation.
Actor and writer Mat Fraser spoke to Lorne Gillies about working on CripTales and the importance of celebrating disabled voices in the mainstream.
On International Day of Persons with Disabilities, leading broadcasting BBC has launched their new commitment to boost disability representation for 2020 on and off screen in a three-part plan.
Actor James Moore, who has cerebral palsy, won a National Television Award on Tuesday (22 January) for his role in soap Emmerdale