Every month, Rob Crossan and Kate Monaghan present the programme you didn’t know you wanted to hear. It's disability from a fresh angle featuring interviews, discussion and the occasional quiz. The (disabled) presenters dissect and analyse recent events with interest and a good dose of healthy humour.
Tue, 12 Nov 13
Video-blogger Jonny says being open is good, the disability autobiography quiz and the future access technology that's already here. With Rob Crossan.
Fri, 4 Oct 13
The Last Leg's Alex Brooker on how he almost became a Paralympian himself. That great disability perk, queue-jumping at Disney, is on the way out. And why disability hate crime experts would like official figures to rise before they hopefully fall. Rob Crossan and Kate Monaghan present.
Tue, 10 Sep 13
How does a young man go about losing his virginity when his arms and legs don't work? What's it like to be both gay and disabled? And is falling in love with your careworker ever a good thing? Disabled panelists Asta, Daryl and Kirsty take a tough conversation to the next level in our sex and relationships special. Rob Crossan and Kate Monaghan present.
Thu, 1 Aug 13
Ever heard of the invalid stout sold a hundred years ago to cure disability? Also, the man who says volunteering saved his life after a spell in hospital. And are disabled comedians duty bound to make light of their disabilities? With Rob Crossan and Kate Monaghan.
Thu, 11 Jul 13
This month: Cerebal palsy beer brings freshness to disability awareness. Sally Gardner, dyslexic author of Maggot Moon, talks about how she hates the word disability. Plus sex, relationships and safety for girls on the autistic spectrum. With Rob Crossan and Kate Monaghan.
Thu, 2 May 13
This month: The online list of disabled people with influence, good and bad graduation ceremony memories, an interview with paralysed fundraiser Claire Lomas and, on Liz Carr's last show, we hear some of her best bits.
Thu, 4 Apr 13
We discuss how benefit cuts could affect the economy, how campaigning on social media can be unhealthy as well as positive and how to communicate by message cards if you fall over or don't want to talk. Also, what is Sledge Hockey? - our basic guide to the Winter Paralympics now one year away. Liz Carr and Rob Crossan present.
Fri, 8 Mar 13
In this show the chat ranges from Nazi anti-disability propaganda to benefit reform and the recent "disabled children should be put down" comments from a councillor. Features The Comedians with Disabilities Act, artist Liz Crow and Glasgow mum Laura Miller. liz Carr and Rob Crossan present.
Thu, 7 Feb 13
Was it tough for DJ Scott Mills's sidekick, Beccy, to reveal to Radio One listeners that she has MS? Are Special Olympics and Deaflympics overshadowed by Paralympic sport? And with The Sessions film and "brothel" therapy in the news, is disability and sex no longer taboo? Liz Carr and Rob Crossan present another lively show.
Tue, 8 Jan 13
This month: Is it helpful when celebs reveal they have mental health difficulties? Do you find it humiliating to receive disability benefits? And the personal story of William who had a cochlear implant fitted before Christmas and is now hearing the world in a new way. Rob Crossan and Kate Monaghan present.
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