Loud and visible

'Loud & Visible' The North East's digital magazine show made by people with learning disabilities and/or autism 
'Loud and Visible' is the North East's digital magazine show, made by people with learning disabilities and autism. With live studio guests and topical features from our roving reporter, The Twisting Ducks get out there to make sure you are up to date with all the exciting things happening in the North East!


On this special episode of Loud and Visible, The Twisting Ducks interview three local parliamentary candidates ahead of the general election and find out about each party's plans for supporting people with learning disabilities and autism. 

We also have an exciting feature on Bradford Theatre Company 'Mind the Gap'


In this episode, find out about the Newcastle Mela Festival, where our very own band 'The Twist' took to the main stage this summer. Plus, a feature on the exciting new creative writing project for people with learning disabiltiies and autism called 'I Have Something to Say!'

In this episode, we meet Newcastle's Tuneless Choir, the choir for those that just LOVE to sing! 

Plus our roving reporter, Zoe, gets out there and meets up with the hilarious Lee Ridley aka 'The Lost Voice Guy'
In this episode we find out all about the Special Olympics and Ability2play, offering sport and fitness opportunities for people with learning disabilities and autism. Plus our roving reporter, Zoe, gets out there to find out all about the UK's most inclusive music festival 'Chase Park Festival'
In this special episode, The Twisting Ducks are celebrating the International Women’s Day this year with an inspiring interview with Open Clasp Theatre Company. Plus our roving reporter, Zoe going to Westgate college find out how the student celebrate the International Women's Day. 

 With the theme 'Friendship and Relationship', The Twisting Ducks has interviewed Mencap and Friends Action North East to find out more about this year learning disability week events. Plus our roving reporter, Zoe, visiting Newcastles Fresh night club which is ran by people with  learning disability and autism and has been running for the last 19 years. 
On today's show, we have invited an award winning photographer - Kayla Wren to talk about her winning works in Chromosome 21. Plus our roving reporter, Zoe going to Newcastle's 'Discovery museum' to find out more about Disabled Access Day. 
In this episode, learn about the Toon Factor Challenge 2016.  A Music competition held  at Newcastle's Dance city. 

We with a live performance from 'The Twist' 
This week, we meet up with 'The Jack and Josephine Project'. Plus our roving reporter, Zoe visiting 'Your Voice Counts' to find out more about the Gateshead project - The Help First Drop In. 

We also have a performance form The Twist.
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