Ouch's new channel on Audioboo
We're making it easier for you to delve into Ouch
As well as the blog, we do a monthly internet radio programme. And now we're posting clips of the programme to a new channel we've got on Audioboo.
Here are three items taken from the talk show that you can click and listen to right now:
• See my "bed life", see the whole me - an interview with artist Liz Crow who was about to spend two days and nights exhibiting herself in bed, being the disabled person she is when she's not putting a brave face on things out in public. She also talks about standing on the fourth plinth at Trafalgar Square dressed as a Nazi to highlight the disability holocaust in World War II.
• Winter Paralympics: What do you know about the Games? Anything? (fact burst) - Just as it says on the tin. Rob and Liz fire questions at Tony Garrett about the colder non-London games ahead of us in 2014. If you know nothing about them, this'll bring you up to speed - quickly.
• "Disabled people don't exist in a vacuum." DLA changes could have knock on effects for others - Broadening-out the benefit change debate, blogger Emma Round (Pseudo Deviant) and stickman cartoonist Hannah Ensor discuss how they spend their benefits and who it will affect if their money is reduced or taken away, includes taxi drivers and local businesses.
We're regularly adding new clips from the programme and will bring you more audio in the future.
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