My summary of September 2019

September hasn’t been an overly hectic month but still fairly productive with work, drama rehearsals and binge watching TV. Disability Horizons As usual, I’ve continued to bring in our news content. In fact, this week I found out our website reached 60,000 views this month, with two of my news articles; Will Bayley joining Strictly… Continue reading My summary of September 2019

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Interview with the BBC’s disabled journalist Paul Carter

We speak to Paul Carter, journalist and senior producer for the BBC, about living life with prosthetic limbs and short stature, plus his successful media career working with the BBC. — Read on disabilityhorizons.com/2019/09/paul-carter-journalist-and-senior-producer-with-a-disability-for-the-bbc/ Like Rock For Disability on Facebook, follow me on Twitter @P94Emma, follow me on Pinterest or use the Contact Form.  

Becoming a freelance journalist

We all make decisions on a daily basis; what to eat, what to wear, what to watch on TV, what to do this weekend and so on. Then there are bigger decisions such as should I go to university, where to live, whether to get married, have children etc. For me, these past 12 months… Continue reading Becoming a freelance journalist