About this Episode 
This week we are joined by Leo Allanach, a trans filmmaker. Leo tells us how he was influenced by positive depictions of disabled characters in fiction and the importance of casting disabled actors in disabled roles for film and TV.
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With insights from a different guest in every episode,  lABLEd Podcast uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments. 
Host Alice Evans and Lucy Wood and their guest discuss how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily.
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Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder, and Lucy Wood
Editor: Adam Hull
Transcriptionist: Carly Gadd
Music: Maisy Crunden
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Originally published as PRIDE 4: Leo Allanach at lABLEd Podcast

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