When I’m not working, moaning about stuff, watching TV, cooking and baking (two of my most favourite hobbies, or making music I love to eat out (oo-er). Seriously, I am a big foody and I really want to tell anyone who is visiting Camden about one of my favourite placesRead More about Yummy, Yummy No.1
I just had to put finger to keypad to express my feelings over a phenomenon that has recently appeared on the nation’s TV screens… adverts featuring disabled people! During my career in the media, which will enter it’s 25th year in 2013, I have discussed the lack of disabled peopleRead More about Whatever next?
Last Thursday I had the honour of being the compare and master of ceremonies at the launch event of the UK’s biggest festival of Disability and Deaf arts, DadaFest. Held at the Bluecoat in Liverpool, this event marked the start of two months of the very best that theRead More about DadaFest 2012
Baby Mik, during my treatment for cancer – the spiky hair was caused by the chemo! Today has been a good day. This morning I had an appointment with a surgeon, who gave me the great news that I don’t have cancer! “What’s this?” I hear you say. Yes, forRead More about Good news: Big Smiles and No More Mr Grumpy!?
Just thought anyone who reads my blog who is disabled might be interested in a great new website that is an interactive way of finding out about the access in London. But better than that the site allows you to fill in information about the access provision of all theRead More about A great new recsource for us wheelies!
Earlier this year I wrote an blog about my trip to Derby, and how fantastic the access was for disabled people. After reading my blog, the local council invited me back to Derby to show me around this historic city. Of course I jumped at the chance, and so inRead More about Return to Derby – An Accessible City