Dis Connected

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Dis Connected

Barrister John Horan meets Tanni Grey-Thompson

by Ouch Team

If you thought Tanni was just a sports person, watch this sixth interview in our Dis Connected series.

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Tanni tells john she was a "really annoying child", full of energy from first thing in the morning. Her eleven gold medals are well documented; she is now in the House of Lords, was that all part of the big plan?

Barrister John Horan admits to what he thought about paralympics before he became disabled ten years ago.

• In the next video, Tanni swaps seats to become interviewer and Baroness Jane Campbell joins her as interviewee..

Dis Connected: the series in full

Watch all seven Dis Connected videos in a row as the interviewer baton is passed from one guest to the next. Each brings their own experience of disability to the discussion.

1. Telly's Trisha Goddard meets kids presenter Cerrie Burnell

2. Cerrie Burnell chats to actress Cara Readle

3. Cara Readle meets TV's Gail Porter

4. Gail Porter meets Mystery Jets' frontman Blaine Harrison

5. Blaine Harrison meets barrister John Horan

6. John Horan meets Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson

7. Tanni Grey-Thompson talks to Baroness Jane Campbell
The Dis Connected series was produced by Kate Ansell.

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