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By Alice Evans & Lucy Wood
Disability advocates Alice Evans and Lucy Wood host the disability, chronic illness, and health podcast: lABLEd Podcast. The show aims to put the power of definition back in the hands of those typically pigeonholed by societal labelling. The Fortnightly episodes draw on their lived experiences, and alongside others, we offer a refreshingly personal honest, funny and occasionally dark insight into disability and difference. With special episodes focusing on Disabled People from history, lABLEd Podcast hopes to educate and entertain & show you that labels are just for soup!
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Pride 5: Adam Hull
About This Episode In our final episode of our 2022 Pride Season, we are joined for the first time by our Editor Adam Hull! We discuss what we have learnt as a team during these special episodes and Adam reflects on what Pride and accurate representation means to him as a gay man To view complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk  Disclaimer: This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. About the Show With insights from a different guest in every episode,  lABLEd Podcast uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments. Host Alice Evans and Lucy Wood and their guest discuss how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. If you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to our Go Fund Me View the full transcript of this episode at www.labledpodcast.co.uk Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Transcriptionist: Carly Gadd Music: Maisy Crunden Social Media Coordinator: Ami Ireland
01:03:58
June 29, 2022
PRIDE 4: Leo Allanach
About this Episode  This week we are joined by Leo Allanach, a trans filmmaker. Leo tells us how he was influenced by positive depictions of disabled characters in fiction and the importance of casting disabled actors in disabled roles for film and TV. For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk Disclaimer: This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. About the Show With insights from a different guest in every episode,  lABLEd Podcast uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments.  Host Alice Evans and Lucy Wood and their guest discuss how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. If you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to our Go Fund Me View the full transcript of this episode at www.labledpodcast.co.uk Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder, and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Transcriptionist: Carly Gadd Music: Maisy Crunden Social Media Coordinator: Ami Ireland
01:23:10
June 22, 2022
PRIDE 3: Lee Samuels
About This Episode This week we're joined by educator and LGBTQ+ advocate Lee Samuels who tells us how being diagnosed with HIV has changed his attitude to life and how his sexuality influences his approach to teaching. For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk  Lee's Master's research: https://dramamtl.wordpress.com/2018/01/30/tell-it-to-them-straight-a-study-of-the-concerns-of-lgb-secondary-school-teachers-in-the-workplace/ Links relevant to this episode Lee's Master's Dissertation: https://dramamtl.wordpress.com/2021/10/08/creating-a-safe-space-lee-samuels/ Connect with our guest @leedipus About the Show With insights from a different guest in every episode,  lABLEd Podcast uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments. Host Alice Evans and Lucy Wood and their guest discuss how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the daily prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face. Disclaimer: This show regularly covers personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. If you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Please email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to our Go Fund Me View the full transcript of this episode at www.labledpodcast.co.uk Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Transcriptionist: Carly Gadd Music: Maisy Crunden Social Media Coordinator: Ami Ireland
01:22:36
June 15, 2022
PRIDE 2: Elle Rose
About This Episode Elle Rose talks to us about sexuality and experience in mental health hospitals. She also tells us about how difficult she has found it to get the right support for her ADHD whilst also being under the care of mental health professionals. For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk iences help her understands the needs of the people she supports in her work Disclaimer: This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. About the Show With insights from a different guest in every episode,  lABLEd Podcast uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments. Host Alice Evans and Lucy Wood and their guest discuss how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. If you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to our Go Fund Me View the full transcript of this episode at www.labledpodcast.co.uk Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Transcriptionist: Carly Gadd Music: Maisy Crunden Social Media Coordinator: Ami Ireland
01:27:11
June 08, 2022
PRIDE 1: History Lesson: Audre Lorde
Alice Evans, Daisy Holder & Lucy Wood bring you another History Lesson. Profiling people from history who lived survived and thrived with a disability or chronic illness. About This Episode In the first episode of our LGBTQIA Pride series, we meet with our historian Daisy Holder to talk about American poet and activitist Audre Lorde. With insights from a different guest in every episode, lABLEd Podcast uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments. Host Alice Evans and Lucy Wood and their guest discuss how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. In addition, several historical terms for disability are used in this episode in reference context. These are now considered highly offensive. Episode Resources For complete Episode Guides, Historical research notes,  and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to keep this show going. You can visit our Go Fund Me Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden Transcriptionist: Carly Gadd
01:46:06
June 01, 2022
fABLEd 2: Changelings
About This Episode In the second of our fABLEd series, Lucy explores the Changling myth, the belief that healthy children would be swapped for monstrous, deformed and disabled fairies and left for the human parents to raise.  This episode contains discussions around abuse and violence and death. For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk lABLEd sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. About the Show With insights from a different guest in every episode,  lABLEd Podcast uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments. Host Alice Evans and Lucy Wood and their guest discuss how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. If you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to our Go Fund Me View the full transcript of this episode at www.labledpodcast.co.uk Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Transcriptionist: Carly Gadd Music: Maisy Crunden Social Media Coordinator: Ami Ireland
01:02:25
May 25, 2022
31. Peter Goadby - Watt
About This Episode Our guest this week is a former scene of crime photographer Peter Goadby Watt who tells us about crime scene photography and how he had to change his approach to work and attitude to life after acquiring his walking impairment. For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk iences help her understands the needs of the people she supports in her work Disclaimer: This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. About the Show With insights from a different guest in every episode,  lABLEd Podcast uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments. Host Alice Evans and Lucy Wood and their guest discuss how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. If you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to our Go Fund Me View the full transcript of this episode at www.labledpodcast.co.uk Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Transcriptionist: Carly Gadd  Music: Maisy Crunden Social Media Coordinator: Ami Ireland
01:33:39
May 11, 2022
30. Fiona Robertson
With insights from a different guest in every episode,  lABLEd Podcast uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments. Host Alice Evans and Lucy Wood and their guest discuss how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. About This Episode This week, our guest is former Equalities Convener for the Scottish National Party Fiona Robertson as a prelude to our LGBTQIA Pride Series. We talk about the importance of intersectional inclusion and the difficulties of promoting equality within the current political system. Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to our Go Fund Me View the full transcript of this episode at www.labledpodcast.co.uk Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Transcriptionist: Carly Gadd Music: Maisy Crunden Social Media Coordinator: Ami Ireland
01:26:54
April 27, 2022
Hisory Lesson 7: Maria Therisa von Paradis
With insights from a different guest in every episode, lABLEd Podcast uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments. Host Alice Evans and Lucy Wood and their guest discuss how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. About This Episode Alice Evans,  Daisy Holder & Lucy Wood bring you another History Lesson. Profiling people from history who lived, survived and thrived with a disability or chronic illness. In our latest, slightly anarchic History Lesson, we learn about the Austrian musician and composer Maria Theresia von Paradis, who lost her sight early in life. It is alleged Mozart may have written his Piano Concerto No. 18 for her. This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. In addition, several historical terms for disability are used in this episode in reference context. These are now considered highly offensive. Episode Resources For complete Episode Guides, Historical research notes,  and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Please email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to keep this show going. You can visit our Go Fund Me Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden Transcriptionist: Carly Gadd
01:22:52
April 13, 2022
29. Emily Pomroy - Smith
With insights from a different guest in every episode,  lABLEd Podcast uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments. Host Alice Evans and Lucy Wood and their guest discuss how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. About This Episode In this week's episode, we sit down with lABLEd’s Superfan Emily Pomroy Smith. We talk about Ableism and how her experiences as a disabled woman have helped shaped the political beliefs she stands for Follow Emily on Twitter https:/www.twitter.com/EmilyP_Smith Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to our Go Fund Me View the full transcript of this episode at www.labledpodcast.co.uk Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden Social Media Coordinator: Ami Ireland Transcriptionist: Carly Gadd
01:40:28
March 30, 2022
28. Richard Luke
With insights from a different guest in every episode,  lABLEd Podcast uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments. Host Alice Evans and Lucy Wood and their guest discuss how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. About This Episode Our guest this week is Cerebal Palsy Campaigner Richard Luke, Who shares yet more public transport horror stories, employment, disabled sex and relationships Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to our Go Fund Me View the full transcript of this episode at www.labledpodcast.co.uk Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden Social Media Coordinator: Ami Ireland
01:16:25
March 17, 2022
27. Holly Greader
With insights from a different guest in every episode,  lABLEd Podcast uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments. Host Alice Evans and Lucy Wood and their guest discuss how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. About This Episode Lucy and Alice are joined by blogger and chronic illness advocate Holly Greader talks about how her writing helps her process her diagnosis, how the pandemic levelled out access requirements for the disabled and the damaging effects of virtue volunteering Connect with our Guest https://theworldinmywords.com/ https://www.instagram.com/worldin_mywords/ https://www.tiktok.com/@worldin_mywords https://twitter.com/WorldIn_MyWords https://twitter.com/WorldIn_MyWords Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Please email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to our Go Fund Me Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden Social Media Coordinator: Ami Ireland
01:39:08
March 03, 2022
26. Emma Clare
With insights from a different guest in every episode,  lABLEd Podcast uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments. Host Alice Evans and Lucy Wood and their guest discuss how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. About This Episode Lucy and Alice are joined by mental health Advocate Emma Clare, who shares her personal experience of paranoid schizophrenia. Emma discusses her mental health in detail and how those experiences help her understand the needs of the people, she supports in her work. Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Please email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to our Go Fund Me View the full transcript of this episode at www.labledpodcast.co.uk Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden Social Media Coordinator: Ami Ireland
01:19:33
February 17, 2022
25. Access makes a Big Difference
There’s been a bit of a hiccup. In this weeks episode, we’re devastated to announce that we have had to cancel our plans to see Rosie Jones at this year’s Leicester Comedy Festival. We have learnt that the venue Rosie will be performing at is not accessible to wheelchair users and decided that if the organisers are not willing to support essential accessibility for everyone, then we would not be keeping them lABLEd includes everyone. Nobody gets left behind. For a full transcript of this episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk  Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Please email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to our Go Fund Me.
54:39
February 03, 2022
24. Charlie Randell
With insights from a different guest in every episode,  lABLEd Podcast uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments. Host Alice Evans and Lucy Wood and their guest discuss how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. About This Episode In this week’s episode, Alice and Lucy run the gamut of topics with their guest Charlie Randell; talking about everything from dating to surgery as well as the ever-present perception of disability access as an inconvenience. Charlie is a disability and lifestyle vlogger who takes a candid approach to advocacy, championing fitness and inclusion Charlie challenges assumptions with his online brand Not Quite Politically Correct. Connect with our Guest Visit Charlie’s Website https://www.nqpc.co.uk/ Follow him on Twitter, Facebook, Youtube and Instagram Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Please email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to our Go Fund Me Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden Social Media Coordinator: Ami Ireland
01:14:02
January 20, 2022
fABLEd 1: Legend of Odin
LABLEd Podcast is a show about disability illness and difference. With insights from a different guest in every episode, the show uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments; discussing how it shapes personal identities and opening up about the prejudices that disabled, and chronically ill people face on a daily basis. About This Episode New from the lABLEd team, hosts Alice Evans and Lucy Wood introduce their new series fABLEd, which showcases fictional characters with disabilities and differences. The subject of this first episode is the mythical figure Odin, the Norse God of Wisdom who traded one of his eyes in exchange for knowledge of the end of the world. This episode draws on the surviving artefacts and stories that exist from Viking history, as well as exploring the more recent depictions of Odin in Marvel’s Thor movies. This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes, controversial topics, as such listeners may hear some language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. Several historical terms for disability are used in this episode, in reference context. these are now considered extremely offensive. The fABLEd series may contain spoilers of books, TV shows or films which some listeners may not want to hear. Episode Resources For complete Episode Guides, research notes, suggested reading and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; For bonus content and behind the scenes insights sign up to the Newsletter! Got a comment, feedback or question? Email us on labledpodcast@gmail.com or you can reach out on social media. Like lABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow lABLEd Podcast on Instagram Our podcast is entirely self funded and relies on the support and genorousity of it’s listeners. You can show you support by rating and reviewing the show on your preferred podcast player or by donating to our Go Fund Me. Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden
57:59
January 06, 2022
lABLEd Podcast Christmas Message 2021
Merry Christmas to all from the lABLEd Podcast!   We wanted to record a little message for all our listeners, who have supported us in our first year! In this short message, we give thanks and tell you about a special competition we've got for you!   With all our love,  Team lABLEd x To read the complete transcription, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk.  Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Please email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to keep this show going. You can visit our Go Fund Me. If you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter.
25:41
December 24, 2021
23: The 12 Days of the Disabled Christmas with Roland Chesters
With insights from a different guest in every episode,  lABLEd Podcast uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments. Host Alice Evans and Lucy Wood and their guest discuss how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. About This Episode In our last full episode of the year, we speak to Author, Roland Chesters about defying the odds with his HIV diagnosis with a disability, and Alice, Lucy and Roland run down the 12 days of a disabled Christmas Connect with our Guest https://twitter.com/FromRipples https://www.ripplesfromtheedge.com/ Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to our Go Fund Me Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden Transcriptionist: Sarah Mathews Social Media Coordinator: Ami Ireland
01:28:24
December 23, 2021
History Lesson 6: Dr. Samuel Johnson
With insights from a different guest in every episode, lABLEd Podcast uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments. Host Alice Evans and Lucy Wood and their guest discuss how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. About This Episode Alice Evans,  Daisy Holder & Lucy Wood bring you another History Lesson. Profiling people from history who lived survived and thrived with a disability or chronic illness. We take a deep dive into the life of Dr Samuel Johnson, poet, playwright, and Lexicographer and is seen by many as the father of the modern Dictionary. This episode looks at his work, and his rarely discussed health conditions. As part of the research for this episode we worked with the Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. In addition, several historical terms for disability are used in this episode in reference context. These are now considered highly offensive. Episode Resources For complete Episode Guides, Historical research notes,  and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to keep this show going. You can visit our Go Fund Me
54:41
December 09, 2021
22. Mik Scarlet
With insights from a different guest in every episode,  lABLEd Podcast uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments. Host Alice Evans and Lucy Wood and their guest discuss how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. About This Episode Lucy and Alice are joined by broadcaster, journalist, presenter, actor, musician, commentator Mik Scarlet who talks about his life and career in the media and his passion for the arts and working with disabled creatives Connect with our Guest https://twitter.com/MikScarlet https://www.facebook.com/mikscarlet https://www.instagram.com/mikscarlet/ Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Please email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to our Go Fund Me Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden Transcriptionist: Sarah Mathews Social Media Coordinator: Ami Ireland
01:17:07
November 25, 2021
21: Armistace Day Special with Simon Weston CBE
lABLEd Podcast is a show about disability illness and difference. With insights from a different guest in every episode, the show uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments; discussing how it shapes personal identities and opening up about the prejudices that disabled, and chronically ill people face on a daily basis. This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes, controversial topics, as such listeners may hear language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. About This Episode lABLEd Podcast mark lABLEd Podcast mark Armistice Day Alice and Lucy are joined by Falklands War Veteran, Simon Weston CBE. In June 1982 Simon who was aboard the Sir Galahad that was bombed during the conflict. Out of the 30 strong platoon, 22 men were killed, leaving Simon with 46% burns to his body and his face and severely disfigured. Simon became very well-known after the Falklands War and following an intense and painful recovery has dedicated his life to charity work and activism. In this enlightening episode, Simon discusses his accident, recovery and how his life experiences have shaped his outlook on life Connect with our Guest https://simonweston.com/ https://twitter.com/SimonWestonCBE https://www.facebook.com/OfficialSimonWestonCBE Simon would like to use his appearance on the Podcast to raise awareness for https://www.debra.org.uk/ Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to our Crowdfunder Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden Transcriptionist: Sarah Mathews Social Media Coordinator: Ami Ireland
01:10:34
November 11, 2021
Black History Month - History Lesson 5 Sundiata Keita
LABLEd Podcast is a show about disability illness and difference. With insights from a different guest in every episode, the show uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments, discussing how it shapes personal identities and opening up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. About This Episode Alice Evans, Daisy Holder & Lucy Wood bring you another History Lesson as we profile people from history who lived, survived and thrived with a disability or chronic illness In honour of Black History Month, Alice, Lucy alongside Disability Historian Daisy Holder are joined by the Host of Dope Black Disabled Podcast, Kimmy Soko to discuss the life of Sundiata Keita, the first ruler of the Mali Empire in the 13th century C.E. He laid the foundation for a powerful and wealthy African empire and proclaimed the first charter of human rights, the Manden Charter who also happened to be disabled This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear some language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. Several historical terms for disability are used in this episode in reference context. These are now considered highly offensive. This episode contains a discussion of Nazis which some may find upsetting Episode Resources For complete Episode Guides, Historical research notes,  and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Please email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to keep this show going. You can visit our Go Fund Me Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden Transcriptionist: Sarah Matthews
01:20:23
October 27, 2021
20. What is Ableism? with Gem Turner
lABLEd Podcast is a show about disability illness and difference. With insights from a different guest in every episode, the show uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments, discussing how it shapes personal identities and opening up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. About This Episode In this episode, Alice and Lucy talk to Blogger and Disability Consultant Gem Turner and take a deep dive into the topic of Ableism and how non-disabled people can be allies to the disabled community. This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear some language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Connect with our Guest https://gemturner.com/ https://twitter.com/gem_turner Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Please email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to our Crowdfunder Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden Transcriptionist: Sarah Mathews Social Media Coordinator: Ami Ireland
01:29:05
October 13, 2021
History Lesson 4: Lady Violet Aspley CBE
LABLEd Podcast is a show about disability illness and difference. With insights from a different guest in every episode, the show uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments, discussing how it shapes personal identities and opening up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. About This Episode Alice Evans, Daisy Holder & Lucy Wood bring you another History Lesson as we profile people from history who lived, survived and thrived with a disability or chronic illness. Alice, Lucy and Disability Historian Daisy Holder discuss the life of Lady Violet Aspley CBE, left disabled after a hunting accident, after inheriting the Parliamentary seat in Bristol from her husband, she gave her maiden speech to parliament was given from her wheelchair in 1930 This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear some language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. Several historical terms for disability are used in this episode in reference context. These are now considered highly offensive. This episode contains a discussion of Nazis which some may find upsetting Episode Resources For complete Episode Guides, Historical research notes,  and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Please email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to keep this show going. You can visit our Go Fund Me Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden Transcriptionist: Sarah Matthews
01:06:27
September 29, 2021
19. Carrie - Ann Lightley
LABLEd Podcast is a show about disability illness and difference. With insights from a different guest in every episode, the show uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments; discussing how it shapes personal identities and opening up about the prejudices that disabled, and chronically ill people face on a daily basis. About This Episode In the first episode, we ever recorded, Award-winning Travel and Accessibility Blogger, Carrie - Ann Lightley joins Alice and Lucy as they discuss all things Holiday, Adventure Travel and her life as a wheelchair user This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes, controversial topics, as such listeners may hear language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. Episode Resources www.carrieannlightley.com  For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Connect with Our Guest https://twitter.com/CarrieALightley Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to keep this show going. You can visit our Go Fund Me Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden
01:10:46
September 15, 2021
18. 2020 Paralympic Specials Gemma Stevenson
LABLEd Podcast is a show about disability illness and difference. With insights from a different guest in every episode, the show uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments, discussing how it shapes personal identities and opening up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. About This Episode In the last of our Paralympic specials, we speak to International Cheerleading Champion, tennis athlete and broadcaster, Gemma Stevenson about her Wheelchair Tennis Career, inclusion in sport, Inspiration Porn that the Paralympics sometimes brings. This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear some language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. Episode Resources https://ukca.org.uk/ https://www.lta.org.uk/play-compete/getting-started/disability-tennis/ https://www.beateatingdisorders.org.uk/ For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Connect with our Guest https://twitter.com/gstevensonsport Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Please email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to our Crowdfunder Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden Transcriptionist: Sarah Mathews Social Media Coordinator: Ami Ireland
01:09:15
September 01, 2021
17. 2020 Paralympic Specials: Gemma Steel
LABLEd Podcast is a show about disability illness and difference. With insights from a different guest in every episode, the show uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments, discussing how it shapes personal identities and opening up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. About This Episode In the second of our Paralympic specials, we speak to GB runner Gemma Steel. Gemma competed in the 2018 Commonwealth Games and has run against Paula Radcliffe. In the episode, we discuss how running helps Gemma manage her ADHD, How Disabled people make great employees and her plans for the future This episode contains mentions of eating disorders and suicide, which some people may find triggering This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you ou listen to this episode. Episode Resources https://www.englandathletics.org/athletics-and-running/england-competitions/england-teams-and-selection/ For information and support for anything you’ve heard in this episode, click the links below https://www.beateatingdisorders.org.uk/ https://www.samaritans.org/ For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Connect with our Guest https://twitter.com/GemmaSteel4 https://www.instagram.com/gemma_steel0/ Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to our Crowdfunder Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden Transcriptionist: Sarah Mathews Social Media Coordinator: Ami Ireland
01:11:06
August 25, 2021
16. 2020 Paralympic Specials: Liz Wright
LABLEd Podcast is a show about disability illness and difference. With insights from a different guest in every episode, the show uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments, discussing how it shapes personal identities and opening up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. About This Episode This week, we kick off our Paralympic Specials with Paralympic Medallist, Disability Campaigner, Keynote Speaker, Writer, Editor and Consultant, Liz Wright. Liz, who competed in the 96 Atlanta and 2000 Sydney Games, talks to Alice and Lucy about Para sport, Representation, Mental Health and much more! This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. Episode Resources Check out Liz’s Website & range of magazine’s she’s involved with Conscious Being, DRM and, Not Your Monolith. For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Connect with Liz https://twitter.com/esioul Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Please email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to keep this show going. You can visit our Go Fund Me Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden Transcriptionist: Sarah Mathews Social Media Coordinator: Ami Ireland
01:36:42
August 18, 2021
15. James Bloodworth
LABLEd Podcast is a show about disability illness and difference. With insights from a different guest in every episode, the show uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments; discussing how it shapes personal identities and opening up about the prejudices that disabled, and chronically ill people face on a daily basis. About This Episode Journalist James talks to Alice and Lucy about his late ADHD Diagnosis at 37 and how he's using his occupation to talk about the disorder This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes, controversial topics, as such listeners may hear language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. Episode Resources Buy James’ Book For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Connect with Our Guest https://twitter.com/J_Bloodworth Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to keep this show going. You can visit our Go Fund Me Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden Transcriptionist: Sarah Matthews
01:13:44
August 04, 2021
14: Jennie Berry aka 'Wheelie Good Life'
LABLEd Podcast is a show about disability illness and difference. With insights from a different guest in every episode, the show uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments; discussing how it shapes personal identities and opening up about the prejudices that disabled, and chronically ill people face on a daily basis. About This Episode This week, Alice and Lucy sit down with social media influencer, Jennie Berry aka ‘Wheelie Good Life’ and discuss living her life online and how she is helping to create awareness around disabilities to a non-disabled audience. This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes, controversial topics, as such listeners may hear some language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Connect with Jennie. https://www.instagram.com/wheelie_good_life/ https://twitter.com/WheelieGoodLife https://www.facebook.com/wheeliegoodlife1 Support this Podcast. Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to keep this show going. You can visit our Go Fund Me Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden Transcriptionist: Sarah Matthews
01:24:37
July 21, 2021
13: Alice's Cane Training Journey
LABLEd Podcast is a show about disability illness and difference. With insights from a different guest in every episode, the show uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments; discussing how it shapes personal identities and opening up about the prejudices that disabled, and chronically ill people face on a daily basis. About This Episode This week, Alice talks to Lucy about the new experience of Cane Training and the emotions and feelings that come with it. Find out why and how Alice is mastering this new mobility aid. This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes, controversial topics, as such listeners may hear language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. Episode Resources https://www.rnib.org.uk/cane-explained www.visionaware.org For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Connect with Alice www.twitter.com/alice3evans Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to keep this show going. You can visit our Go Fund Me Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden
52:20
July 07, 2021
12: Dr. Paul Darke
LABLEd Podcast is a show about disability illness and difference. With insights from a different guest in every episode, the show uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments, discussing how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily. About This Episode In this episode, hosts Alice Evans and Lucy Wood talk to Dr Paul Darke, British academic, artist and disability rights activist. We discuss his early life, career, and his specialist subject of disability in cinema. This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, as listeners may hear language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. Episode Resources https://www.digital-disability.com/home For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Connect with Paul https://twitter.com/drpauldarke Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Please email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to keep this show going. You can visit our Go Fund Me Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden
01:09:52
June 23, 2021
History Lesson 3: Horatio Nelson
LABLEd Podcast is a show about disability illness and difference. With insights from a different guest in every episode, the show uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments; discussing how it shapes personal identities and opening up about the prejudices that disabled, and chronically ill people face on a daily basis. About This Episode Alice Evans Daisy Holder & Lucy Wood, bring you another History Lesson as we profile people from history who lived, survived and thrived with a disability or chronic illness. We take a deep dive into the life of Horatio Nelson, who sustained many life-changing injuries and is still widely regarded as one of Britain’s greatest Naval figures. This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes, controversial topics, as such listeners may hear some language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. Several historical terms for disability are used in this episode, in reference context. these are now considered extremely offensive. Episode Resources For complete Episode Guides, Historical research notes,  and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to keep this show going. You can visit our Go Fund Me Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden
01:11:23
June 09, 2021
History Lesson 2: Rosemary Kennedy
LABLEd Podcast is a show about disability illness and difference. With insights from a different guest in every episode, the show uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments, discussing how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily basis. About This Episode Alice Evans, Daisy Holder & Lucy Wood bring you another History Lesson as we profile people from history who lived, survived and thrived with a disability or chronic illness.  In this episode, we discuss the life of Rosemary Kennedy and explore how a drastic procedure in 1941 profoundly affected her for the rest life. This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics. As such, listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. Several historical terms for disability are used in this episode in reference context. These are now considered extremely offensive. This episode contains a description of medical procedures some may find upsetting.; as Episode Resources For complete Episode Guides, Historical research notes,  and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Please email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to keep this show going. You can visit our Go Fund Me Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden
01:19:56
May 26, 2021
11: Jo Hemmings BONUS EPISODE - In association with Versus Arthritis
LABLEd Podcast is a show about disability illness and difference. With insights from a different guest in every episode, the show uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments, discussing how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily basis. About This Episode Alice Evans & Lucy Wood, chat to Jo Hemmings, Behavioural & Media Psychologist and Relationship Coach. As part of Versus Arthritis Campaign, #ThePainfulTruth, in this episode, we discuss the impact under-representation of Disabilities and Chronic Illness in the media can have on society,  This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics. As such, listeners may hear language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. Episode Resources Versus Arthritis #PainfulTruth Campaign   Donate to Versus Arthritis  Find NHS Advice on Living with Arthritis  For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter. Connect with our Guest https://www.johemmings.co.uk/ Follow Jo on Twitter Support this Podcast Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook Tweet lABLEd Podcast Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram Got a comment or Question? Please email us! lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to keep this show going. You can visit our Go Fund Me Production Team Hosts: Alice Evans and Lucy Wood Editor: Adam Hull Music: Maisy Crunden
42:57
May 14, 2021
10: Jasmine Leslie (In association with Versus Arthritis)
As part of Versus Arthritis Campaign, #ThePainfulTruth, Jasmine discusses her life with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis and how she deals with this as a young woman with fluctuating, invisible disability. Click here To find out more about Versus Arthritis, the Painful Truth Campaign, and access a full transcript. 
57:47
May 12, 2021
009: Jack & Tom (Hosts of Challenging Behaviours Podcast)
Hosts of the Challenging Behaviours Podcast, Jack & Tom talk about fronting their own podcast around disability and how they create genuinely insightful, thought provoking content
01:09:09
April 29, 2021
008: Amy Amantea
Canadian Amy Amantea joins Alice & Lucy to talk about her work making the theatre accessible for all and how she's using creativity to spark conversation around disability to non-disabled people. You can find a full transcript and list of resources relating to this episode at www.labledpodcast.co.uk. 
01:37:29
April 14, 2021
World Autism Awareness Week 2021: Episode 5: Lydia Wilkins
Lydia discusses how her career as a journalist helps her with her diagnosis of autism   For a full transcript of this episode and further information, click here.
01:06:58
April 01, 2021
World Autism Awareness Week 2021: Episode 4: Graham Rodgers
Graham talks about how Autism affected his Mental Health and how his diagnosis led him to set up a local autism support group for others with the condition. For a full transcript of this episode and further information, click here.
55:34
March 31, 2021
World Autism Awareness Week 2021: Episode 3: Ira Kramer
⚠ This episode contains details of Autism conversion therapy.  ⚠ Ira talks about how their diagnosis during grad school helped her learn more about who they are, the importance of recognising intersectionality within disability spaces and talks about the damaging effects of controversial 'cures.' 
01:24:40
March 30, 2021
World Autism Awareness Week 2021: Episode 2: Helen Rottier
Alice & Lucy sit down with Academic, Helen Rottier to talk about the importance of online spaces for Autistic and Disabled People, Academic Ableism and how she's coped with change during the pandemic For a full transcript and episode view our episode guide here
01:01:14
March 29, 2021
World Autism Awareness Week 2021: Episode 1: The History of Autism
⚠This episode references the Holocaust and Nazis⚠ Alice, Daisy and Lucy kick off this mini-series focusing on autism and the autistic experience, with a deep dive into the history of the development of the diagnosis of autism. For links to all resources please click here
01:14:12
March 28, 2021
007: Jess Smith
*THIS EPISODE CONTAINS GRAPHIC DESCRIPTIONS OF MEDICAL PROCEDURES* Jessica talks very openly about life with Marfan Syndrome and the emergency surgery that saved her life. View a full transcript of this episode alongside resources here 
01:43:03
March 18, 2021
006: Louise Steel
Louise discusses her adult diagnosis of Autism and how music and performance has helped her express herself. You can find a full transcript of this episode here  Resources & Links Listen to Louise's Music on Spotify
01:11:56
March 04, 2021
005: Lee Bettles
Advocate Lee talks about owning his identity as a disabled person, his work with inclusive theatre company EGO Performance Company and the importance of being an approachable Disabled Person. A full transcript of this episode can be found at www.labledpodcast.co.uk/listen. 
01:16:46
February 18, 2021
History Lesson 1: Rosa & Sarah
In the first of our special episodes focusing on historical figures with Disability and Health conditions, Lucy and Alice discuss the life and impact of Political Activist, Rosa May Billinghurst & French Theatre star Sarah Bernheardt. A list of references, resources and a full transcript for this episode can be found at www.labledpodcast.co.uk/listen
01:12:22
February 04, 2021
004: Daisy Holder
Historian and Disabled Person, Daisy Holder, talks about her life lupus & EDS, how she plans to bring her love of history to the podcast, and document the effect of the Coronavirus Pandemic on disabled people with her Covid archive project. Follow Daisy's work  Twitter @daisyholder IG: @disabilityhistoryinpictures (and personal @holderdaisy ) The Covid Disability Archive Don't forget to listen, rate review and subscribe to the lABLEd Podcast  Full Transcript of this episode is available here
01:19:57
January 21, 2021
003: Kerry Thompson
We talk to the campaigner and disability advocate about her work and how she became known as ‘the Toilet Queen.’
01:29:47
January 09, 2021
002: Alice Evans
Alice talks about her life with Retinitis Pigmentosa, finding body confidence and what it’s really like to be a Guide Dog owner.
49:38
January 08, 2021
001: Lucy Wood
Co-host and self proclaimed Four-Wheeled Wonder Woman Lucy talks about her life with Cerebral Palsy and how being difference can be a strength.
51:18
January 07, 2021
An Introduction to lABLEd... The Podcast
Alice Evans & Lucy Wood introduce their brand new Podcast focusing on Disability, Illness & Difference Follow us on  Twitter, Facebook & Instagram. To find out more about the show at www.labledpodcast.co.uk
01:13:32
January 03, 2021
lABLEd. The Podcast Teaser Trailer
Disability advocates Alice Evans and Lucy Wood announce the release of their upcoming disability, chronic illness, and health podcast: lABLEd – the Podcast. Launching on January 7th, the show aims to put the power of definition back in the hands of those typically pigeonholed and targeted by societal labelling. Drawing on their own experiences of disability, co-hosts Alice and Lucy offer a refreshingly personal honest, funny and occasionally dark insight into disability and difference. Whether it’s the truth behind guide dog ownership or the secret power of being the only disabled person in the room, this new Podcast will aim to bring penetrative insights and promote informed conversations, whilst fostering community. With contributions from a different guest each week, lABLEd will showcase the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments, discussing how it shapes personal identities and opening up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face when you live with a label.
01:30
December 17, 2020