Ouch talk show 115: Blind fashion, role models and jobs

In the studio

This month: blind people and fashion, guerrilla ways to get a job and disabled role models. Guests academic Tom Shakespeare, disability recruitment advisor Tracey Abbott and blogger Emily Davison.

With Rob Crossan and Kate Monaghan.

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Media captionA lively edition of the long-running talk show about disability
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More about this month's guests and discussions:

  • Academic Tom Shakespeare presents a five part series challenging stereotypical ideas about creativity and disability for BBC Radio 3. Read more stories about disabled achievers on his blog.
  • Tracey Abbott is a recruitment advisor for the Business Disability Forum. Follow her tweets.
  • Emily Davison is a blogger at Fashioneyesta who writes about fashion and sight loss.
  • Learning-disabled band The Fish Police play out this month. Watch the video to their song Coco Butter.
  • Plus disability campaigner Stella Young is remembered.
Image caption Emily talks us through her fashion choices

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Producer: Damon Rose.

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