Fourteen-year-old Mae is fed up with people misunderstanding autism and has created a guide to try and help people understand…. [ Read more ]
What is it like when your mum becomes your dad? Twelve-year-old Tillys mum came out as transgender when she was… [ Read more ]
Entertaining, emotional and provocative. Hey Sonny Films presents House of Extraordinary People, which sees nine contributors all with a striking… [ Read more ]
In August 2010 the body of 27 year-old Gemma Hayter was found, tortured and naked on a disused railway line… [ Read more ]
Bookworm Alexa has a rare condition that means she could go blind, so she is cramming in seeing as much… [ Read more ]
In this third series of Twin It To Win It, Amelia and Imogen have World Cup fever, so their big… [ Read more ]
Ruben heads to Moldova to find out what life would have been like, had he been born there.
In this second series of Twin It To Win It, we follow Amelia and Imogen as they desperately try to… [ Read more ]
Henry, Jade and Sensi are three of the 128,000 homeless children in the UK. Filmed themselves on iphones, they show… [ Read more ]
A year after we told Noah’s amazing story we return to find out what progress he’s made and whether his… [ Read more ]
Ella takes us into her extraordinary world of wheelchair skating (or WCMX), and introduces us to her friends Kumaka, Hunter… [ Read more ]
A 60 minute documentary for Channel 5’s Extraordinary People strand. When Noah Wall was born doctors didn’t believe he would… [ Read more ]
Imogen and Amelia are identical twins and they are taking on the challenge of competing in the Dwarf Games this… [ Read more ]
Radio 1’s Alice Levine goes behind the scenes on popular television programmes and meets various actors and comedians to prepare… [ Read more ]
Cobie tells the story of Molly and his best friend Adam, who are both trying to recover from being hit… [ Read more ]
Andy Akinwolere sets to change shocking statistics that black people are much less likely to learn to swim. We made… [ Read more ]
Sophie Morgan visits Ghana to uncover the horrifying reality of many disabled people there – chained up at prayer camps,… [ Read more ]
Our second documentary for the prestigious My Life series follows identical twins Imogen and Amelia as they take the ballroom… [ Read more ]
A 60 minute Radio 1 Story presented by Alice Levine. 24-year old Josh has recently discovered that, like his mum,… [ Read more ]
We follow four teenage racing drivers who may be too young to drive a car on the roads but at… [ Read more ]
Presented by Breaking Free’s Ruben, we investigate discrimination & the preconceptions of Down’s syndrome.
We follow a Down’s Syndrome swim team from Yorkshire as they prepare for the race of their lives at this… [ Read more ]
Winner of a Radio Academy Gold award for best documentary. Groomed, abused and raped by my teacher. This is Ella’s… [ Read more ]
A BAFTA nominated documentary following Ruben, Harley and Nicole who are three very different twelve year-olds, with one very big… [ Read more ]
The story of Billy Burton, the thalidomide survivor from North Yorkshire who was jailed in the Philippines for drug smuggling… [ Read more ]
The story of the British clandestine who risked their lives during the Apartheid and travelled to Africa to promote the… [ Read more ]
Winner of a silver Prix Circom medal and an RTS nomination. An investigation into how estate agents are exacerbating the… [ Read more ]
A look into what the future holds for thousands of disabled workers who have lost their jobs at government-run Remploy… [ Read more ]
A look into advances in prosthetic leg development for athletes, ahead of the 2012 Olympics. Featuring paralympic athlete Jonny Peacock.
An investigation into the lack of hotel rooms suitable for disabled people during the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
An investigation into how estate agents are exacerbating the property crisis by ignoring some of the practical issues around disabled… [ Read more ]
A parody film based on a TV advert for a popular dating site.
A humorous and irreverent look at the way disability has been portrayed on TV over the last 50 years, narrated… [ Read more ]