Ouch Podcast: Gigging, stuttering, men's mental health

On this month's show: Podcaster and rapper Scroobius Pip talks about his speech impediment and how he believes it made him more creative. Plus TV presenter and entrepreneur Sophie Morgan on setting up a members club for disabled gig-goers. Other guests include Blaine Harrison of the band Mystery Jets.

With Kate Monaghan and Simon Minty.

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More about this month's guests and discussions:

  • Scroobius Pip is a hip hop artist, spoken word artist and podcaster. He has a stutter and likes to encourage people to talk about their mental health.
  • Sophie Morgan is a television presenter and artist. She has recently been made a patron of Scope and joined up with BBC Radio 1's Jameela Jamil on a new project Why Not People which aims to make more gigs accessible for disabled people.
  • Blaine Harrison is the singer in the band the Mystery Jets. He has Spina Bifida and avoids performing at inaccessible venues.

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Producer: Damon Rose.

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