LABLEd Podcast is a show about disability illness and difference. With insights from a different guest in every episode, the show uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments, discussing how it shapes personal identities and opening up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily.
About This Episode
Alice Evans, Daisy Holder & Lucy Wood bring you another History Lesson as we profile people from history who lived, survived and thrived with a disability or chronic illness.
Alice, Lucy and Disability Historian Daisy Holder discuss the life of Lady Violet Aspley CBE, left disabled after a hunting accident, after inheriting the Parliamentary seat in Bristol from her husband, she gave her maiden speech to parliament was given from her wheelchair in 1930
This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear some language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode. Several historical terms for disability are used in this episode in reference context. These are now considered highly offensive.
This episode contains a discussion of Nazis which some may find upsetting
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Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood
Editor: Adam Hull
Music: Maisy Crunden
Transcriptionist: Sarah Matthews
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