Nikki Fox, disability correspondent
Nikki loves music and it was while answering calls for a local BBC radio station that she began nervously going on air. She applied for a training programme at Channel 4 and went on to assistant produce How to Look Good Naked and co-present the same series for disabled people. Nikki became the BBC’s disability correspondent in 2014. In 2020 she topped the Shaw Trust Power 100 list of the most influential disabled people in Britain. She is also a presenter on flagship consumer rights programme Watchdog and regularly appears on The One Show. Nikki is big fan of Celebrity Mastermind and her specialist subject is Kate Bush.
'I'm Heidi, I'm not Down's syndrome' Video, 00:03:52
The BBC's Nikki Fox talks to people with Down's syndrome about a new bill aimed at improving their lives.