12/12 Peter White reveals the lives of physically disabled people in the 18th and 19th centuries
11/12 Peter White reveals the lives of physically disabled people in the 18th and 19th centuries
10/12 Peter White reveals the roots of a modern disabled identity in the 19th century.
9/12 Peter White searches for the voices of children with disabilities in the 19th century.
8/12 Peter White explores sex and marriage between disabled people.
7/12 Peter White has a close encounter with an aristocratic wooden leg.
6/12 Peter White finds that disabled people were everywhere in the 19th-century workplace.
5/12 Peter White discusses William Hay, an 18th-century MP born with spinal curvature.
4/12 Peter White on the impact that ideas about beauty and deformity had on people's lives.
3/12 Peter White challenges our modern ideas of freaks - were they in fact great entrepreneurs?
2/12 Peter White investigates the roots of the idea of the miracle cure.
1/12 Peter White finds a remarkable letter in his history of disabled people.