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More than half a million people in the UK are thought to have autism, a condition that affects how people relate to the world around them.
One of those growing up with autism is Kenny Mpanga, younger brother of BBC Sound of 2015 shortlisted rapper and spoken word artist George the Poet....
Last year, I made a Radio 1's Stories documentary called 'Stories from the Spectrum' with BBC Sound of 2015 rapper George the Poet and his little brother Kenny. It was about Kenny's experiences growing up on the autistic spectrum. This lovely little clip didn't really make sense in the narrative...
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The "Cooking With Chris" programme at The Hospice of St Francis in Berkhamsted helps teens and young people coping with bereavement. Here's my feature from the hospice kitchen for BBC Radio 4's Saturday Live programme.
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A Home Office minister says it is "a serious and...
18 year old Pippa Haines describes winning her 2011 Radio 1 'Teen Hero' award as one of the highlights of her life. Since then though she has returned to caring for her disabled mum, her sister with mental health problems and her autistic nephew. She also works several jobs to help pay household...
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