Two Rivers Radio presenter of What Rock?, is taking part in a big charity event this weekend. He and friends will be playing Dungeons and Dragons for 24 hours straight from 5pm tonight.
The event will be raising money for Special Effect, who make video game controllers for disabled people (mainly children) so that they can play video games in the same way an able bodied person could.
Follow the link HERE to learn more!!
Ask York 5: Disability Rights is being recording on Saturday 17th November at the John Cooper Theatre on Monkgate.
The theme of the discussion will be Disability Rights in York – please come equipped with questions for our expert panel who will include leaders of local service providers, members of the artistic community and others with an excellent working knowledge of living with disability in our city.
The panelists will be:
Marije Davidson, York St John University Equality and Diversity Advisor (accompanied by her interpreter, Vicci)
Shaun Lavery, Once Seen Theatre Company
Len Collin, Director of the film Sanctuary
Doug Paulley, local disability rights activist
Karen Frogget, Chief Exec of York Blind and Partially Sighted Society
Chair – Emma Sayce
The recording of Ask York will be part of a wider programme of fantastic events organised by the Centre for Applied Human Rights. Please click here for more details: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/york-human-rights-city-17121152966
Ask York is being recorded and will be broadcast on Two Rivers Radio on Monday 19th November between 4-5pm.
There will be a bar serving wine beer and spirits as well as soft drinks throughout the day. The bar is being operated by Two Rivers Radio so every drink you purchase will go towards supporting grass-roots, independent community media. Cheers!