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10/11/2014

Exposing the treatment meted out to disabled people. And how earth excavated in the Crossrail Project has helped build one of Europe's most important wildlife centres.

Tarah Welsh goes undercover to expose the how disabled people are treated as second class citizens. Mark Jordan meets the Londoners living their dreams after making millions from their properties. And Shaun Peel discovers how tons of earth excavated from Crossrail is helping build one of Europe's most important wildlife centres.

29 minutes

Last on

Mon 10 Nov 2014 19:30

Disability access

Disability access

The government is writing to a string of high street chains urging them to improve after a BBC Inside Out London investigation revealed a "depressing" failure to accommodate disabled people.

Two researchers, one blind, one a wheelchair-user, documented their daily travails with pinhole cameras.

Read the full story on the BBC News website

Watch the video feature from BBC Inside Out London

 

London's property millionaires

London's property millionaires

BBC Inside Out meets the Londoners living their dreams after making millions from the sale of their properties following the 2014 property boom.

Watch the BBC Inside Out London video feature

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Matthew Wright
Reporter Tarah Welsh
Reporter Mark Jordan
Reporter Shaun Peel
Series Producer Andy Richards
Editor Dippy Chaudhary

Broadcast

  • Mon 10 Nov 2014 19:30