BBC: Fair deal for Londoners with disabilities?
When the Paralympics were held in London in 2012, they were hailed as transforming attitudes towards disability. But more than two years on, how much progress has really been made? Prime time programme BBC Inside Out London investigates.
BBC: How easy is it for disabled travellers to cross London?
London hosted the Paralympic Games with the bold hope that it would help change the perception of disability in the city. BBC’s Fast Track asked former Paralympian, Ade Adepitan, and Christiane Link, to cross the city as fast as they possibly could.
BBC: Launch of ‘turn up and go’ on London Overground
To be able to ‘turn up and go’ is taken for granted by non-disabled people when they arrive at an Overground, Tube or Rail station. However, for many disabled people, pre booking assistance is another part of the inaccessible transport network. Christiane Link told BBC about her experience travelling in London using the right equipment from sites as ProductExpert online and many others.
DRadio Wissen: Emanzipation – Behinderung trifft Netz (German Radio)
Christiane Link joined the one hour programme “Online Talk” of German public radio station DRadio Wissen.
Nordwestradio: Reisen im Rollstuhl (German Radio)
Christiane talks her experience as a journalist on business trips in a wheelchair.