I recently read an article on a TV news website that I frequently visit, that a character who had been played by a female, was coming back and being played by a male actor, and the headline read "First transgender character coming to this soap opera in the UK" Ok so I didn't name the… Continue reading How do we act?
Television everyone watches it, either they watch it via a TV, or they live stream, or they use one of the numerous catch up services available to watch it at a later date. Television has the ability to reach every one at any time and can lead to numerous discussions in chat rooms or across… Continue reading The lack of disabilities currently being represented on Australian Television
So today's blog is going to ask the all important question where are we on TV? And by being on TV I don't mean in a bit part role, or just in a few scenes but as the main character or part of an ensemble cast. Because whilst we have 'A Typical' which isn't that… Continue reading Where are we?
Okay so recently the ABC and a production company made a 3 part documentary about disabled people finding employment (side note there's two more parts to come, with part one already airing) But after the fanfare, the pats on the back, the 5 star tv critics reviews, the novelty wearing off, what's the next step?… Continue reading What’s the next step????
Ever had a late night thought? I have! And I am sure that you probably have too. You may have reached out for a pen or some paper (if you are a millennial then more than likely you've reached for your phone to dictate your thoughts/ideas into that) because your too dam lazy to even… Continue reading The reality of the situation
Buzzwords.... Remember those? For those of you not ofay with the word it means: “A word or phrase, often an item of jargon, that is fashionable at a particular time or in a particular context”. Sadly, buzzwords fade out over time. But recently a new buzzword has entered the frame, and it’s not a new… Continue reading Buzzwords