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Dragon Theo Paphitis makes an appeal on behalf of bibic (the British Institute for Brain Injured Children), a charity that helps children with a range of developmental problems such as autism, cerebral palsy or dyslexia. As a dyslexic himself, Theo found school hard. He goes back to his primary school in North London to revisit his childhood memories and meets 19-year-old Maia, who is also dyslexic, but with the help of the charity has realised her potential and started a successful dance business.

10 minutes

Last on

Wed 22 Feb 2012 13:30


Role Contributor
PresenterTheo Paphitis
ProducerEmma Jay
Executive ProducerGary Hunter

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