Comedian Francesca Martinez, who has cerebral palsy
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A year after the Paralympics, are disabled people still invisible?

The Editors features the BBC's on-air specialists asking questions which reveal deeper truths about their areas of expertise.

In London in the summer of 2012, disabled people were suddenly in the spotlight during the Paralympics. But a year on, have they gone back to being invisible?

The BBC's social affairs correspondent Alison Holt spoke to comedian Francesca Martinez, who has cerebral palsy, about how disabled people are viewed.

Watch The Editors on BBC One at 23:25 BST on Monday 28 October (except in Wales and Northern Ireland) or catch it later on iPlayer.

  • 28 Oct 2013
  • From the section UK