A seriously funny take on life from the disability driven duo... Simon Minty and Phil Friend.
Water Off a Swimmer's Back - Ellie Simmonds
Being thrust into the limelight aged thirteen could mess with your head a little. Then staying at the top of your game for more than ten years, that’s a lot of pressure. Being seen as a figurehead for the Paralympic movement, a role model for youth, for...
Do you want to be cured?
This month the one to one show has depth, sadness, reflection and frivolity.The World Health Organisation has eradicated polio in Africa. Phil got polio as a toddler. Simon asks him how does he feel about there being no more polio people? Phil talks...
If you fall don't bawl!
Geoff Adams-Spink is a Thalidomide survivor, one of the children born in the late 1950s early 60s, with physical and sensory differences after their mother unwittingly took a drug during pregnancy that caused the impairments. Speaking to your mum about...
Go out? Or not go out? That is the Question
This show, disability ninjas, changing places, Zoom fatigue, eat out or stay in and social care: crisis and funding.
Jazz Trumpet, Maya Angelou and Inclusive Design - John Corcoran explains.
From Jazz Trumpet to Inclusive Design - John Corcoran shares his journey on The Way We Roll.John Corcoran is a man of many parts whos life and experiences have included being in a pop band, playing jazz trumpet and working as a jazz club impresario. (He...
Brooker, Cancel culture, pride and the last iron lung
“…swimming pools were shut. Cinemas, too, and bars and bowling alleys. Church services were suspended. Cities doused their streets with DDT insecticide…they had to be seen to be doing something. Nothing seemed to work. As the summer wore on, the numbers...
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Thoughtful and intelligent
Like listening to a couple of old friends.