Yes, website, I’m back. After over 3 years! To announce that later today, Saturday May 15th I am proud to be joining the new online TV channel Disability Horizons TV. I am joining an amazing team, with my co-presenters Zec Richardson and Dan White. We’re going live later today, MayRead More about Going Live! Welcome to DHTV!
Wow, what a month! I’m feeling really honoured at the moment. First I was sent a link to a document that listed me as one of 238 most trusted journalists from the NCTJ, with some super respected names. The list was voted for by other journalists too so it wasRead More about Listy McListFace!
I haven’t had much time recently I write as I’ve been rushing around the country with my work as an equality and inclusion trainer, and much of that rushing has been done on the train. As a disabled passenger I have to face the constant fear that my journey willRead More about Taking The Pain Out Of Letting The Train Take The Strain
If you’re like me, either disabled or a little lazy or both, the idea of exercise fills you with dread. The idea of going to the gym, or going jogging or any of the other activities that lead to a healthier lifestyle just don’t appeal. I much prefer sitting onRead More about Fit At Fifty – Time To Get Fit!
In life there are things that pull on your creative heart strings and shape you life from then on. Watching Gerry Anderson’s Captain Scarlet and Thunderbirds on TV, reading I Robot by Issac Asimov and the first issue of 2000AD, hearing Replicas by Tubeway Army and Black Celebration by DepecheRead More about Cosmic Trigger – Pull It If You Can
First published Huffington Post 06.04.2017 In the first of my PIP Diaries I explored how finding myself thrown into the process of being reassessed for the new Personal Independence Payment made me feel. After being placed on an indefinite award for the so called “disability benefit” Disability Living Allowance thatRead More about My PIP Diary Part Two – The Battle Through Paperwork Mountain