Disability Arts Online & Graeae present The Disability And…Podcast

Disability Arts Online, the leading publication for disability arts is joining forces with Graeae to deliver the Disability And…Podcast over the next 12 months.

The Disability And…Podcast promises to get right to theheart of some of the most pressing issues in arts, culture and beyond with aseries of bold, provocative and insightful interviews with disabled artists,key industry figures and the odd legend.

For episode 3, Graeae Associate Director Nickie Miles-Wildin talks to acclaimed playwright, comedian and performance poet Jackie Hagan. A graduate of Graeae’s Write to Play programme, she is most well-known for her work Cosmic Scallies, Some People Have Too Many Legs and The Forest of Forgotten Discos. She talks about how being a disabled artist has influenced her work, and reflects on some of her past projects. This podcast contains some strong language.

A photo of Jackie Hagan, standing in front of a wall of old posters, smoking a cigarette.

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Full transcript of all podcast episodes can be downloaded from this page.

If you know of any other channels that you’d like this podcast to be available on, please email richard@graeae.org

You can also listen through our Soundcloud channel, also embedded below.

The Disability And…Podcast will be edited by Ian Rattray for Clear Voice Enterprises, experts in accessible audio.

Transcripts of each podcast are available to download from this page.

Transcript: Episode 1. Disability & Representation. Mat Fraser & Amit Sharma


Transcript: Episode 2. Disability & Psychiatry. gobscure & Colin Hambrook


Transcript: Episode 3. Disability & Comedy. Jackie Hagan & Nickie Miles-Wildin