Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson and Peter White join Liz Carr and Mat Fraser to review 2010 and say hello to 2011.
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[updated 14 Nov 2013]
What can disabled people do to keep fit? Liz Carr and Mat Fraser investigate.
The Christmas lunch show, featuring a visit from Santa, the Ouch! players and a game of disability alphabet soup.
What's the rudest thing anyone has ever said to you? Mat's new feature and learnie band the Fish Police.
- Ouch! Talk Show 58 - early November 2010
- Ouch! Talk Show 57 - mid October 2010
- Ouch! Talk Show 56 - early October 2010
- Ouch Talk Show, Sep 2010: Reasons to be cheerful
- Ouch! Talk Show 53 July 2010
- Talk Show #52: June 2010
- Talk Show #51 - May 2010
- Talk Show #50 - April 2010
- Talk Show #49 - March 2010
- Talk Show #48 - February 2010
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