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BBC TV and Radio this week: 30 years of See Hear and living with a stammer

Dan Slipper Dan Slipper | 10:21 UK time, Wednesday, 19 October 2011

In a special 30th anniversary programme, See Hear took a trip down memory lane to look back at some of the most memorable moments of the last three decades.

Other highlights:

Watch - BBC One - The Kid's Speech
Documentary following the stories of three children who live with a stammer as they embark on a unique, intensive course at the Michael Palin Centre for Stammering Children.

Watch - BBC Two - The Culture Show
The programme explored the extraordinary life and work of the late Judith Scott, a disabled artist with a growing cult following.

Listen - Radio 4 - You & Yours - Weekdays at noon
The consumer affairs programme which regularly includes disability issues.

Listen - Radio 3 - Night Waves
Rana Mitter visited the studio of illustrator and artist Quentin Blake to discuss his latest work, commissioned by hospitals in the UK and abroad for its therapeutic effect. Working with patients and families he has produced a series of illustrations - displayed in hospital waiting rooms, maternity wards and mental health units - aimed at helping to humanise an often alien environment.

Listen - Radio 4 - Woman's Hour
Jane Garvey examined what new research into links between ovarian and breast cancers might mean for women and looked at how treatment might change as a result.

Watch - Cbeebies - Something Special
Entertaining regular educational series for four to seven year old children with learning difficulties.

Catch up with disability radio and TV programmes on the BBC every Wednesday on this blog.


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