Comedian and mental health campaigner Ruby Wax is trying to stamp out a four letter word for this year’s Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day.
A study has found disabled people and those aged over 50 are not being represented enough on television.
It’s doubtful a blue badge holder will bother to watch Batgirl when the movie is released later this year after filming blocked off his parking bay.
BBC has announced James Arthur will front a new documentary where the singer will open up about his struggles with mental health.
A new documentary will follow Katie Price’s disabled son Harvey as he settles in at a residential college.
Ant and Dec announced an ITV mental health campaign run has reached a milestone since being launched in 2019.
Lost Voice Guy may need to change his stage name after choosing a new communications device thanks to readers of his book, I’m Only In It For The Parking.
A spin-off of BBC’s popular drama The A Word has started filming around Manchester and the Lake District.
Rylan Clark has spoken about a mental health “crisis” which forced him to cancel his BBC Radio 2 show over the past two Saturdays.
Gemma Collins has spoken about her struggles with mental health and self-harm for a Channel 4 documentary.
Goldie Hawn has raised concerns over children being made to wear face masks saying the protective clothing is having a damaging effect on their mental health.
Wayne Rooney has revealed he was worried his mental health and alcohol abuse could had cost him his life.
Kate Middleton will narrate the classic children’s book The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark, by Jill Tomlinson for CBeebies Bedtime Stories.