Challenging Behaviours

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Synopsis

Challenging Behaviours is a podcast where Adam, Jack, and Tom aim to challenge behaviours towards learning difficulties and disabilities. The fellas have a wide range of different experience, and talk over a wide range of subjects. www.challengingbehaviours.wordpress.com You can tweet us @challengingpod or Tom @rapidrhyno123 or Jack @waspskillbears you can email us at challengingbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com.

Episodes

  • Ep 37 w/ Pete Marshall: Crip Chat

    Ep 37 w/ Pete Marshall: Crip Chat

    15/09/2020 Duration: 57min

    Challenging Behaviours Podcast is a podcast that aims to challenge the behaviours of society towards disability. Today we talk to Pete Marshall from the Crip Chat podcast about care homes during the Covid 19 pandemic, plus accessible housing, technology, and pandas! You can follow @cripchatuk and they release episodes every Friday! You can follow us on @challengingpod or email us challengingbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com

  • Ep 36 W Liz Wright: Talking Phoenix

    Ep 36 W Liz Wright: Talking Phoenix

    08/09/2020 Duration: 01h11min

    Challenging Behaviours is the podcast that aims to challenge the behaviours of society towards disability today! In this episode we talk to Paralympic swimmer Elizabeth Wright about the new Netflix documentary Rising Phoenix, the Paralympics, society's perception of disability, inspiration porn, and so much more! Plus perhaps the beginnings of a new contest between Jack and Tom (#NotJack) to see who can meet the most paralympians! You can follow Liz on twitter @esiuol and visit her website: www.elizabethwright.net You can follow us @challengingpod and email us challengingbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com Please do share/like/subscribe/rate/review/give us power of attorney.

  • Ep 35w/ Carrie-Ann Lightley: AccessAble Travel

    Ep 35w/ Carrie-Ann Lightley: AccessAble Travel

    01/09/2020 Duration: 01h18min

    Challenging Behaviours Podcast is a podcast that aims to challenge the behaviours of society towards disability. In this episode we spoke with travel blogger Carrie-Ann Lightley about accessible travel both at home and abroad, plus the work that AccessAble do! Guest appearances by Eira the Cat and Poppy the "snores like an old man" dog. You can follow Carrie-Ann on twitter @CarrieALightley and visit her blog: www.carrieannlightley.com You can find information about AccessAble at www.accessable.co.uk You can follow us @challengingpod and email us at challengingbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com Please do share/like/subscribe/rate/review/petition for a room in a local community centre to be named after us.

  • Ep 34 w/ Gavin Neate: WelcoME

    Ep 34 w/ Gavin Neate: WelcoME

    24/08/2020 Duration: 01h18min

    Challenging Behaviours is a podcast which aims to challenge the behaviours of society towards disability. Today we talk to entrepreneur Gavin Neate. Gavin is the founder of Neatebox (www.neatebox.com) and is super passionate about making the world a more accessible place for disabled people with his apps Button by Neatebox and WelcoME by Neatebox (available on iOS and Android.) We discuss how simple it would be for businesses and organisations to make themselves more inclusive, and how technology is always changing how we can do things. You can follow Neatebox on twitter @Neatebox You can follow us @challengingpod or email us challengingbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com we'd love to hear from you! Please do share/like/subscribe/rate/review/promise us your organs should we ever need a transplant.

  • Episode 33 w/Esther Ridgeway: Class Act

    Episode 33 w/Esther Ridgeway: Class Act

    19/08/2020 Duration: 01h27min

    Challenging Behaviours is a podcast that aims to challenge behaviours towards disability in society today! In today's episode we chat with Esther Ridgeway, an actor and a supply teacher! We talk about acting, representation, disabled characters, and about our experiences of school in the 90s/00s (Tom learns about electric typewriters in doing so!) You can follow Esther on twitter: @essierose1 The Manchester based organisation @danc_manc The actors networking organisation @supportbritish You can follow us @challengingpod or search for us on Facebook Jack: @waspskillbears Tom: @rapidrhino123 And you can email us challengingbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com Please do share/like/subscribe/rate/review/tell us your darkest secrets

  • Episode 32 w/ Chris Hatton: Getting Our Stat On with Hatton

    Episode 32 w/ Chris Hatton: Getting Our Stat On with Hatton

    11/08/2020 Duration: 01h03min

    Challenging Behaviours is a podcast that aims to challenge the behaviours of society towards disability. For today's episode we've put our Chris hats on, to have stats chat with Chris Hatton (with an H!) Chris is an academic and a trustee of both Stay Up Late and Dance Syndrome. We talked about the statistics of deaths of learning disabled people both during Covid-19 and in the LeDeR reviews. Chris's twitter is currently dormant but he occasionally posts links to his blog. You can follow him @chrishattoncedr and visit his blog at www.chrishatton.blogspot.com You can follow us on @challengingpod Email: challengingbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com Please do like/subscribe/review/rate/follow/name a star after us.

  • Episode 31 w/Adam Pearson: I Know Where Im Not Wanted

    Episode 31 w/Adam Pearson: I Know Where I'm Not Wanted

    04/08/2020 Duration: 01h48s

    Challenging Behaviours, the podcast that aims to challenge the behaviours of society towards disability! In this episode we talk to actor and activist Adam Pearson about representation on and behind the camera, "cripping up" the casting process -in particular the film Come As You Are, and disability in comedy. You can follow Adam on twitter @adam_pearson And you can follow us on: @challengingpod @rapidrhino123 - Tom @waspskillbears - Jack You can email us on challengingbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com Please do give us share the podcast and a like/subscribe/glowing review/an absolutely wicked cool high five.

  • Episode 30 w/ Laura Broughton and Saba Salman: Made Possible

    Episode 30 w/ Laura Broughton and Saba Salman: Made Possible

    29/07/2020 Duration: 01h02min

    Call us Stain'd cause IT'S BEEN A WHILE! We are back with a short run of new episodes, and what a way to kick things off! We were lucky enough to talk to Laura Broughton and Saba Salman! Saba is a writer/journalist and has just released her new book Made Possible, a collection of success stories of people with learning disabilities in their own words! Laura is a wonderful artist who was the first artist with a learning disability featured in the Royal Academy of Arts summer exhibition, and was one of the many fantastic contributors to Made Possible! You can follow Saba on twitter @saba_salman, and look at some of Laura's art on www.laurabroughton.weebly.com Made Possible is available in all good book shops and online, but if you can support your local bookshop! You can get in touch with us on twitter: Podcast: @challengingpod Jack: @waspskillbears Tom: @rapidrhino123 Or email challengingbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com Please do like/subscribe/review/leave us your fortune in your will!

  • Episode 29 w/ Dr Frances Ryan: Crippled - Austerity and the Demonisation of Disabled People

    Episode 29 w/ Dr Frances Ryan: Crippled - Austerity and the Demonisation of Disabled People

    03/06/2019 Duration: 42min

    It's episode 29 of Challenging Behaviours, the podcast the aims to challenge the behaviours of society towards disability in society today. In this episode Jack and Tom were lucky enough to talk to journalist Dr Frances Ryan about her new book Crippled. The conversation covered a wide range of topics, such as education, discrimination, and much more. Crippled is released June 11th in all good book shops. and you can see more of Frances' work in her guardian column. You can follow her on twitter @drfrancesryan. You can follow us @challengingpod on facebook and twitter, or email us challengingbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com. Please do give us a like, subscribe, review, rating, loving gaze from the distance through a window on a rainy Sunday.

  • Episode 28 w/ Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson DBE:Training with a Paralympian

    Episode 28 w/ Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson DBE:Training with a Paralympian

    07/04/2019 Duration: 39min

    It's episode 28 of Challenging Behaviours, the podcast that aims to challenge behaviours towards disability in society today. In this episode Jack chats with Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson DBE about her experience on trains, and discuss accessibility in public transport and wider in society. Plus a brief bit of Wales chat too! You can follow Tanni on twitter @tanni_gt and can visit her website www.tanni.co.uk Please do like and subscribe and leave us a review, it will help us get out there and share these stories and bring them more into public view. We're being reviewed on the Castology podcast this month so do give that a listen too! Please do get in touch with us: Email - challengingbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com Twitter @Challengingpod Facebook @challengingpod

  • Episode 27 w/ Drag Syndrome - WDSD 2019!

    Episode 27 w/ Drag Syndrome - WDSD 2019!

    21/03/2019 Duration: 17min

    It's Episode 27 of Challenging Behaviours, the podcast that aims to challenge behaviours towards disability in society today. We have an extra bonus episode for March, a special for World Downs Syndrome Day 2019! And what a way to celebrate it. Jack was lucky enough to sit down briefly with DRAG SYNDROME! A drag troupe making waves on the scene, who all have Down's Syndrome!You can find out more and see their tour dates on www.dragsyndrome.com www,culturedevice.com and follow them on twitter @dragsyndrome. You can follow us on twitter @challengingpod and on facebook. You can email us on challeningbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com

  • Episode 26 w/ Ian Birrell: Its Like Something from Victorian Times

    Episode 26 w/ Ian Birrell: It's Like Something from Victorian Times

    15/03/2019 Duration: 53min

    It’s episode 26 of the Challenging Behaviours Podcast, the podcast that aims to challenge behaviours towards disability in society today. In this episode journalist Ian Birrell talks to Jack and Tom on skype about the work he has done shedding light on the horrendous treatment of people with autism and learning disabilities face in Assessment and Treatment Units (ATUs.*) This is a problem than needs to be known, so please please do share this episode around, or some of Ian’s articles, or just tell people about the barbaric nature of what is going on right on our doorstep. You can find Ian’s work in the I paper, the Mail on Sunday and on www.ianbirrell.com. You can get in touch with us on twitter @challengingpod Jack @waspskillbears Tom @rapidrhino123 or give us an email on challengingbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com Please do give this episode a review and a star rating as it will help to spread this story around to those who may have no idea this sort of thing goes on. Let’s help to get the voices of those tr

  • Episode 25 w/ Rosie Jones: A 17 1/2 Minute Chat

    Episode 25 w/ Rosie Jones: A 17 1/2 Minute Chat

    02/02/2019 Duration: 39min

    It's Episode 25 of Challenging Behaviours, the podcast that aims to challenge the behaviours of society towards disability. This weeks guest is the hilarious Rosie Jones. Rosie is a stand up comedian, writer, actor and "anything else you'll pay her to do, except that" Jack and Rosie talk about how she got into comedy, who she represents, and her experiences in the business. You can follow us on Twitter @ChallengingPod, find us on facebook, also sort of Instagram @waspskillbears, or give us an email on challengingbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com Please do like, subscribe, share us with anyone you think may be interested, leave a review, burn our name into a local corn field, etc.

  • Episode 24w/ Sara Ryan: 2018 Highlights and Lowlights

    Episode 24w/ Sara Ryan: 2018 Highlights and Lowlights

    03/01/2019 Duration: 01h01min

    It's episode 24 of Challenging Behaviours the podcast that hopes to challenge behaviours towards disability in society today. On this episode Tom returns for Christmas, and we make it a family affair by talking to Sara Ryan, legendary campaigner (Justice for Laughing Boy) and Tom's mum! Tweet us @challengingpod or give us an email challengingbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com Don't forget to like, subscribe, rate and review! Thanks! We love you!

  • Episode 23 w/ RJ Mitte: Getting Our Romantic On

    Episode 23 w/ RJ Mitte: Getting Our Romantic On

    26/10/2018 Duration: 46min

    Challenging Behaviours is a podcast that aims to challenge behaviours towards disability in society today. In episode 23 Jack talks to RJ Mitte, activist, actor, model, and much more, known for his role as Walt Jr on Breaking Bad. RJ talks what inclusion looks like in the media today, where he thinks it's heading, making noise about disability and more. Please do like, subscribe, rate, review, write your thoughts about the podcast in a bottle and throw it out to sea. You can follow us on Twitter @challengingpod, or Jack @waspskillbears, or send us an email to challeningbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com

  • Episode 22: Ta Ta Tom

    Episode 22: Ta Ta Tom

    17/09/2018 Duration: 32min

    It's episode 22 of Challenging Behaviours, the podcast challenging behaviours towards disabilities. In this episode we bid farewell to Tom as he's off to University. Jack asks Tom how he'd like to see things changed by the time he's graduated. Also mentioned is Paula McGowan's hugely important survey to make autism and disability training mandatory in healthcare settings, please do sign it #JusticeforOliver https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/221033. You can follow us on Twitter @challengingpod or send us an email challengingbehaviours@gmail.com

  • Episode 21 The Dyspraxia Hour II: The Final 25 Minutes

    Episode 21 The Dyspraxia Hour II: The Final 25 Minutes

    20/06/2018 Duration: 25min

    Challenging Behaviours is a podcast that aims to challenge behaviours towards disability. In this episode Jack finishes off the Dyspraxia Hour which was started in episode 6. He talks about dyspraxia, some of the "symptoms" his experiences and some of his fears. You can tweet us at @challengingpod or Jack @waspskillbears, or email challengingbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com. Please do share, like, subscribe and review!

  • Episode 20 Frank Turner - Whats Cool About This is, Im Learning

    Episode 20 Frank Turner - What's Cool About This is, I'm Learning

    13/05/2018 Duration: 22min

    It's Episode 20 of Challenging Behaviours, the podcast that aims to challenge behaviours towards diability. In this episode we were lucky enough to spend some time with Frank Turner and discuss his recent work with Gig Buddies and Stay Up Late, and the importance of Inclusion. We also discuss a recent project of ours called the #ICanPlaylist, which you can find on spotify and youtube. We talk about Stay Up Late/Gig Buddies in episode 12, and The Undateables in episode 4 Get in touch with us on twitter @challengingpod Tom @rapidrhino123 Jack @waspskillbears Or email challeningbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com www.challengingbehaviours.wordpress.com

  • Episode 19 John Lish - Our Government...Underpants Gnomes

    Episode 19 John Lish - Our Government...Underpants Gnomes

    06/05/2018 Duration: 56min

    It's episode 19 of Challenging Behaviours, the podcast challenging behaviour towards disabilities. In this episode we talk to activist, trustee of Waymarks, and very smart man John Lish. We cover a wide range of topics from social care to attitudes, benefits to the LEDER report. You can get in touch with us on Twitter @ChallengingPod Tom @rapidrhino123 Jack @waspskillbears or email challengingbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com www.challengingbehaviours.wordpress.com Please do share, like, subscribe, review, etc.

  • Episode 18: Dan White and Sarah Brisdion - Changing Places

    Episode 18: Dan White and Sarah Brisdion - Changing Places

    31/03/2018 Duration: 31min

    It's episode 18 of Challenging Behaviours, a podcast that challenging behaviours towards disability. In this episode Jack was lucky enough to chat with Dan White (@danwhite1972) and Sarah Brisdion (@sazbrisdion) about the Changing Places campaign, a campaign seeking inclusive toilets with changing facilities. www.challengingbehaviours.wordpress.com Twitters: Jack @waspskillbears Tom @rapidrhino123 Podcast @challengingpod challengingbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com

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