One of my favourite shows on TV at the minute is C4’s Seven Dwarves. When I saw it advertised I thought I was going to hate it, but it is probably the best example of this kind of TV I have ever seen. Normally “Freak” TV focuses on what isRead More about Proud to be a Freak!
I found myself having to stop watching the C4 dispatches program that is on right now to write my story of hospital food. Tonight’s program is dedicated to how poor the quality of the food you are given is during a hospital stay. For details of the show visit DispatchesRead More about Yummy, hospital food in my tummy
Last night watched the Huw Wheldon Lecture with Dr Brian Cox OBE. As my wife Diane is currently studying for a degree in Physics, and so I am becoming interested in science by osmosis, we tend to catch whatever programs he is involved with. Not only is the Coxster oneRead More about Television & Disability – The Mik Scarlet Lecture – Part 1
Yesterday’s ITV national news at 6.30pm ran the story of Tony Nicklingson, who, after having a stroke, suffers from “locked in syndrome”. This means while is mentally he is fully functioning, physically he is only able to move his eyes and head. He cannot speak but communicates via a spellingRead More about Here we go again… or watch out for the slippery slope.