It’s unfortunate that in 2023 we are still writing an article about the lack of diversity in films when the attention is drawn towards disability.
Bruce Willis’s wife has revealed she is suffering with her mental health after the actor was diagnosed with a brian disorder.
Rosie Jones has revealed she was targeted by trolls after she posted an image of herself appearing pregnant when she appeared in an episode of BBC’s Casualty in November.
George Webster has been announced as the sixth and final contestant to compete in the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas special.
It’s been a great year for Leon Harrop, not only did the 31-year-old return to our screens in The A Word spin off Ralph & Katie, he also received a prestigious BAFTA Breakthrough award in October.
Actor David Harbour spoke to The Big Issue magazine earlier this year on how finding fame has affected his mental health.
Actress Christina Applegate has spoken publicly about the life-changing moment when she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis on a US TV chat show.
Kate Winslet has supported a mother of a disabled daughter after they were slapped with a £17,000 energy bill just so they could keep her alive.
The BBC has launched a new set of commitments which will see the broadcaster represent a wider number of disabled people in front and behind of the camera as well as improving access to future productions.
Chris Kamara is set to speak out about his speech apraxia diagnosis in a new ITV documentary later this month.
Michael J Fox accepted a prestigious award at the 13th Annual Governors Awards on Saturday, 19 November in Los Angeles.
Rose Ayling-Ellis has expressed how proud she is of the team behind Eastenders on how they represented people with hearing loss.
Matt Hancock has defended his decision to sign up for I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, but his statement has dramatically backfired.