Podcast interviews with disabled people

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Baroness Campbell of Surbiton talks about her suburban childhood and poor early schooling, the death of her first husband and its impact on her disability politics, her hopes for Teresa May's government and how members of the House of Lords react to her as a disabled person. People, House Of Lords, Disabled People, Teresa May, People News, Disability, Poor, H.e.r., Teresa
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Baroness Campbell of Surbiton talks about her suburban childhood and poor early schooling, the death of her first husband and its impact on her disability politics, her hopes for Teresa May's government and how members of the House of Lords react to her as a disabled person.
Paralympian Julie Rogers talks to Ian Macrae about her move to track and field, her desire to succeed in disability sport and her realistic hopes and expectations for Rio. Sports, Track And Field, Amputee, Julie Rogers, Interview, Track
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Paralympian Julie Rogers talks to Ian Macrae about her move to track and field, her desire to succeed in disability sport and her realistic hopes and expectations for Rio.
Frank Gardner, Security Correspondent at the BBC Heathrow, Franks, Bbc, Gardner, Stranded
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Frank Gardner, Security Correspondent at the BBC
Dame Evelyn talks to Ian Macrae about her enthusiasm for the instruments she has chosen to make her own, the choices she made and battles she faced in making them and how she set about building a repertoire more or less from scratch. She also reveals which of all the instruments she plays is her favourite and explains why the acoustic garden she’s been involved in designing for the 2016 Chelsea Flower Show isn’t made up of bamboo poles and wind chimes. Chelsea Fc, Acoustic, Evelyn Glennie, Chosen, Evelyn, Instruments
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Dame Evelyn talks to Ian Macrae about her enthusiasm for the instruments she has chosen to make her own, the choices she made and battles she faced in making them and how she set about building a repertoire more or less from scratch. She also reveals which of all the instruments she plays is her favourite and explains why the acoustic garden she’s been involved in designing for the 2016 Chelsea Flower Show isn’t made up of bamboo poles and wind chimes.
Professor Peter Beresford talks to Ian Macrae about his childhood, racial identity, mental health, an academic career spanning more than 25 years, what welfare should mean today and boxing. Mental Health, Michael, Welfare, Peter, Professor, Academics
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Professor Peter Beresford talks to Ian Macrae about his childhood, racial identity, mental health, an academic career spanning more than 25 years, what welfare should mean today and boxing.
Genevieve Barr in Graeae Theatre Company's "The Solid Life Of Sugar" by Jack Thorne. Graeae, Theatre Company, Theatre, Jack
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Genevieve Barr in Graeae Theatre Company's "The Solid Life Of Sugar" by Jack Thorne.
Laurence Clark: Comedian talks to Ian Macrae in Disability Now’s interview show.  He discusses school days, comedy influences, an encounter with Jimmy Savile and also tells his least favourite disability-related joke. Comedians, Comedy, Clark, Jimmy
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Laurence Clark: Comedian talks to Ian Macrae in Disability Now’s interview show. He discusses school days, comedy influences, an encounter with Jimmy Savile and also tells his least favourite disability-related joke.
Baroness (Tanni) Grey-Thompson in conversation with Paul Carter talks about life after sporting fame, life in the chamber of the House of Lords and why she feels how she does about assisted dying. Thompson, Baroness, Paul, Fame, Chamber
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Baroness (Tanni) Grey-Thompson in conversation with Paul Carter talks about life after sporting fame, life in the chamber of the House of Lords and why she feels how she does about assisted dying.
Robin Millar: He produced one of the albums of the 1980s, Sade’s Diamond Life and has worked with the cream of the rock crop. In conversation with Paul Carter, Robin Millar discusses the importance of role models, his career in music production, his sense of pride as an independent blind man and meeting David Bowie for the first time. 1980s, Models, David Bowie, The Rock, Bowie, Robin, David
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Robin Millar: He produced one of the albums of the 1980s, Sade’s Diamond Life and has worked with the cream of the rock crop. In conversation with Paul Carter, Robin Millar discusses the importance of role models, his career in music production, his sense of pride as an independent blind man and meeting David Bowie for the first time.
Benjamin Zephaniah: Paul Carter talks to the literary figure, former criminal and prisoner Benjamin Zephaniah. He remains a rebel and anti-establishment figure despite being one of Britain’s best-loved and well-respected poets. Dreadlocks, Benjamin Zephaniah, Benjamin, Greats, Afro, Author
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Benjamin Zephaniah: Paul Carter talks to the literary figure, former criminal and prisoner Benjamin Zephaniah. He remains a rebel and anti-establishment figure despite being one of Britain’s best-loved and well-respected poets.
David Blunkett: Britain's most successful disabled politician with 45 years in local and national government. Politicians, Britain, Government
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David Blunkett: Britain's most successful disabled politician with 45 years in local and national government.
Kim Tserkezie: Actor, writer, presenter and now aspiring TV producer Kim Tserkezie talks to Ian Macrae about being a Geordie disabled woman of Greek heritage, feeling queasy about Robson Green and being Penny Pocket in children’s TV show Balamory. Disabled Women, Actors, Then And Now, Woman, Penny
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Kim Tserkezie: Actor, writer, presenter and now aspiring TV producer Kim Tserkezie talks to Ian Macrae about being a Geordie disabled woman of Greek heritage, feeling queasy about Robson Green and being Penny Pocket in children’s TV show Balamory.
Hannah Cockroft: Paul Carter chats with multiple Paralympic, World and European gold medallist about her journey from frustrated teenager to international star. London, Hannah, Gold, Podcasts
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Hannah Cockroft: Paul Carter chats with multiple Paralympic, World and European gold medallist about her journey from frustrated teenager to international star.