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.   Advertisements

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Disability Horizons News Roundup: 16th – 20th September 2019

This weeks DH news roundup includes plans to ban pavement parking, the launch of British Airways’ Accessibility Team and disability blogger rates Fusion Festival as a “shambles”. Disability Horizons News Roundup: 16th – 20th September 2019 Banning pavement parking can give freedom to disabled pedestrians MPs have prosposed plans to have an outright ban on… Continue reading Disability Horizons News Roundup: 16th – 20th September 2019

Disability Horizons News Roundup: 26th August – 2nd September 2019

For this roundup I’m sharing 4 articles published over 2 weeks. Stories include abolishing car park charges for disable patients, a mum has created soft doll toys with disabilities, survey results of abused disabled parking bays and research shows business leaders are reluctant to hire disabled people to senior roles. Disability Horizons News Roundup: 26th… Continue reading Disability Horizons News Roundup: 26th August – 2nd September 2019