In this episode The Grumpy Gits talk to Eva Abley, the amazing 15yo comedian with cerebral palsy who blew everyone away on Britain's Got Talent (BGT) about everything she's been doing on and since the series aired! The boys dissect the fall of Boris Johnson, looking at likely successors and how it will affect the disabled community. We look at Disability Pride Month and ask the question...it is really necessary, or should every day be Disability Pride Day?
In this episode The Grumpy Gits take a trip to Love Island and ask the question - is reality TV just entertainment, or is it damaging by setting unrealistic expectations on our kids. Have you heard of Katharine Birbalsingh? Tauted as "The UK's strictest headmistress" we ask...is she really a refreshing take on education - or is she a nightmare for special educational needs and disability (SEND) kids? Next for the chopping block is travel and disability and the mayhem currently happening around the world for travellers. We talk to Sunflower - the hidden disability scheme designed to help ease the stress of travel. We lift the lid on the disability sex industry and examine what new law's may mean for it. All this, along with your tweets, and the craziest stupid questions yet.
In this episode of The Grumpy Gits the boys talk to the UK's first deaf/blind doctor, Alexandra Adams about ableism, becoming a doctor, and some of the funniest travel stories ever told. The chaps dissect the Johnny Depp / Amber Heard trial, and the ramifications to the me too campaign, and the dangers of naming the accused in such cases. We also talk to Emma Storr, editor in chief of Enable Magazine, about the magazine and what inspires them in supporting the disabled community.