We speak to three women under 30 to discover what more people need to know about life with multiple sclerosis.
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.
Becoming a mother and a parent is a wonderful life experience, ahead of Mother’s Day we speak with a disabled mum, preparing to celebrate her first Mother’s Day with her new daughter.
Campaigner Sophia Kleanthous is an outgoing and ambitious young woman, working to end disability discrimination and shine a light on ableism in society. This International Women’s Day, Sophia is campaigning for the recognition of all women.
This International Women’s Day (IWD), we choose to challenge. Disability and lifestyle blogger, Emily Davison speaks to Enable about how her blog is a space to challenge misconceptions around disability.
28 February marks Rare Disease Day: a patient-led awareness day celebrated globally. The day’s organisers reveal why the strength of community is more important than ever.
The BBC is a respected platform reaching out to millions of people worldwide, now, one presenter is using this platform to shine a spotlight on sudden hearing loss.
Advancements in MND trials are making a breakthrough; Professor Ammar Al-Chalabi speaks to Lorne Gillies about the future of MND research.
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.
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.
Rugby legend Doddie speaks exclusively to Lorne Gillies about his foundation, new trials, The Dodcast and finding a cure for motor neuron disease.