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Disability shouldn’t stop you getting around. In this episode globetrotter Anne Luttman-Johnson and aviation accessibility campaigner Chris Wood, talk planes, trains and automobiles.

We discuss getting about in the UK by train, bus and car. Anne talks about the sense of freedom she gets from her wheelchair, as well as her round the world trip. And Chris takes us through his campaign to make air travel more accessible.

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Hosted by

Neil Taylor

Neil Taylor

Host

Neil’s a published author who’s hosted several podcasts, including Language and Behaviour, as well as founding the consultancy Schwa.

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Flying Disabled

Chris’s campaign to get the aviation industry and governments to make flying more accessible.

Anne’s Trip Round The World

Read more about Anne’s adventure in this article she wrote for us in 2014.

Fancy Sailing?

Ahoy there! You can find out more about the tall ship Anne mentioned here. Or if you’d like to learn to sail, visit the RYA’s Sailability page.

Disabled Parking In London

Information on blue badge parking as well as parking at attractions and shopping centres.

The Great British Public Toilet Map

Find a loo near you! You’ll need to edit your preferences to filter the results to accessible toilets only.

Changing Places Toilets

Accessible toilets for people who cannot use standard accessible toilets. Find a toilet near you.

Premier League Football Ground Accessibility Table (2018)

The latest report from the Equality & Human Rights Commission. Sorry to Norwich City, Sheffield United and Aston Villa fans – hopefully your club will be in the 2019 version!

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