Telly's Trisha Goddard meets kids presenter Cerrie Burnell
Trisha tells Cerrie she was surprised to learn she is considered disabled, and was initially a little flustered when approached by us to be part of this series. With a nervous breakdown and breast cancer behind her, she is indeed protected by the UK's disability Discrimination Act.
Cerrie, who was born with part of one arm missing, talks about her career, being a single parent and about the press attention she got after a small number of parents complained to the BBC that she was frightening their children.
• In the next video, Cerrie Burnell swaps chairs to become interviewer, Tracy Beaker actress Cara Readle joins her as interviewee.
Dis Connected: the series in full
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
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