Channel 4 has revealed all presenters and pundits of their Beijing 2022 Paralympic Winter Games will have a disability.
Charlotte Crosby has revealed she is still suffering with her mental health since featuring on Channel 5’s What Happened To Your Face in April 2021.
Dame Joanna Lumley has said there are too many people ‘jumping on the mental illness’ bandwagon and they should have a ‘stiff upper lip’ when coping with their wellbeing.
A man with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy is campaigning for the NHS to pay for sex workers for people with disabilities.
After Life actor David Bradley has been shocked after finding out how many Alzheimers patients suffer loneliness after playing character Ray Johnson, who lives with the illness in the popular Netflix series.
Actor Peter Dinklage has aired his disappointment towards Disney after the announcement they are set to release a live-action version of their classic animation Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Rylan Clark has spoken to Davina McCall on his podcast Ry-Union about the strain he has been under after splitting from his partner Dan Neal.
Capital FM presenter Roman Kemp has compared his mental health battles to stepping in the ring with Mike Tyson and not having ‘one boxing lesson’.
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Actress Bianca Wallace has revealed she was diagnosed with an aggressive form of multiple sclerosis three years ago.
The third season of ITV drama The Bay, which started earlier this week, introduced us to the Rahman family which includes a member with severe hearing loss.
Line of Duty and Fear the Walking Dead star Lennie James has called for more “conversation” for disabled characters to be played by actors with a disability.
Actor and screenwriter Pete Davidson has paid tribute to Bob Saget saying the late comedian supported him through “some rough mental health stuff”.