To bring a bit of new year cheer, we’ve compiled a list of the best free and accessible days out to enjoy across the UKRead More
The countdown to the Tokyo 2020 Summer Paralympic Games is on and with the Games returns a special season of The Last Leg.
Going behind the lens of disability representation, Hollyoaks actor Rhiannon Clements speaks to Lorne Gillies about taking part in the new spin off documentary, Hollyoaks: IRL helping to show society what disabled people can do, not what they can’t
Part of the popular BBC Radio 3 series The Essay, My Deaf World explores what it is like to be deaf in 21 century Britain through personal essays from the deaf 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.
Hachette UK’s Accessibility Network, has announced a partnership with Mencap, the UK’s leading learning disability charity, to deliver talks, fundraiser activities and awareness-raising events starting from May 2021.
Join The Last Leg comedian, Adam Hills and ParalympicsGB athletes for an evening of comedy, entertainment and music to raise funds for the disability sport representation.