Music Review: Numb Killer by Tarah Who?

Brace for impact with Tarah Who?’s explosive new release, Numb killer.The female fronted power trio dives into the anger and pain caused by the recent terrorist attacks and the conditions that have given rise to those who are truly numb-killers. The new track’s hyper-drive guitar, hard-hitting drums and bass assault collide into a brutal, blunt… Continue reading Music Review: Numb Killer by Tarah Who?

AccessAble Hampshire Champion – vlog introduuction

Two weeks ago, I became the new AccessAble Hampshire Champion. AccessAble is a charitableorganisation who provide accssibility guides for disabled people acroos the UK. My role is to share my experiences of accessible places within Hampshire and encourage local authorities to collabarate with AccessAble to provide more accessible guides and facilities for disabled people in… Continue reading AccessAble Hampshire Champion – vlog introduuction

We speak to Marsha De Cordova, Shadow Minister for Disability

This article was originally published on online magazine Disability Horizons who I regularly write for as a freelance journalist. _______________________________ Labour MP and Shadow Minister for Disability Marsha De Cordova, is visually impaired due to the condition nystagmus, which causes the eyes to constantly move. Our writer, Emma Purcell, interviewed her to find out more… Continue reading We speak to Marsha De Cordova, Shadow Minister for Disability

Should Blue Badges be given to people with hidden disabilities?

It was reported earlier this week that the blue badge scheme will be expanding by giving them to people with hidden disabilities in England. A blue badge is a parking permit that allows people with physical disabilities to park their vehicles in disabled parking bays and double yellow lines. The scheme was introduced in 1970… Continue reading Should Blue Badges be given to people with hidden disabilities?

The Last Leg: a review of the alternative Paralympics show (03/09/2012)

This article was originally published on online magazine Disability Horizons who I regularly write for as a freelance journalist. _______________________________ Alternative Paralympic highlights programme, The Last Leg with Adam Hills, airs on Channel 4 every evening at 10.30pm. Disability Horizons contributor, Emma Purcell, gives her view of this comedic offering. Presented by Australian comedian Adam Hills, who… Continue reading The Last Leg: a review of the alternative Paralympics show (03/09/2012)