Choice and Control

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Meet people with disability from across Queensland, and discover their stories, achievements and contributions to their communities. We’re talking to people with disability doing innovative things and reaching for the stars in sport, business, the arts, and every aspect of life. You’ll hear from the inner city, our major regional centres, and our state’s rural areas. Join us as we celebrate Queenslanders with disability and work towards improving access and inclusion for everyone, of all abilities.

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Latest Episodes…

  1. Undercover Artist Festival

    Music, theatre, cabaret... there's nothing like a night out with some live entertainment.  If you're in Brisbane, the Undercover Artists Festival from September 16 to 18 is a fantastic opportunity. Not only is it fully accessible, with Auslan interpretations and audio descriptions, but every act features people with disability, and the whole ...


  2. Happy Go Wrong

    Andi Snelling is an Australian performer, writer and theatre maker with a career that’s taken her all over the world.  This year she’s the only interstate act coming to Queensland for the Undercover Artist Festival, so we caught up with her for a chat about her solo show Happy Go Wrong. Useful ...


  3. The No Bang Theory: Oliver Hetherington-Page

    Oliver Hetherington-Page hates the Big Bang Theory’s Sheldon Cooper - even though, as a young man on the autism spectrum, at first glance you might think they have a fair bit in common.  But Oliver's passions and talents like in music and theatre, not science and maths.  He's disappointed that Sheldon, ...


  4. Bridging the Gap: Carers Queensland and the Murri Court

    Carers Queensland, NDIS Local Area Coordination Partner in the Community, is working alongside the National Disability Insurance Agency to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people involved with the Murri Court, and connect them with the NDIS. Carers Queensland has supported nine participants to access the NDIS - and ...


  5. Daniel Clarke

    Daniel Clarke and his brother William are Queensland's Young Australians of the Year for 2021. They're passionate about protecting Borneo’s endangered orangutans: they've raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for conservation and habitat protection, and have spoken to thousands of school children to raise awareness. 24-year-old Daniel has cerebral palsy, and uses ...