Channel 4 Adopts New Recommendations on Working With Disabled Talent, Issues Best Practice Guidelines

Channel 4 Adopts New Recommendations on Working With Disabled Talent, Issues Best Practice Guidelines
Channel 4 have issued best practice recommendations on working with disabled talent, adopting a number of recommendations set out by newly-formed pressure group Underlying Health Condition (Uhc).

The group, founded by “His Dark Materials” scribe Jack Thorne, actor Genevieve Barr (“The Silence”), production manager Katie Player (“Churchill) and producer Holly Luban, launched last week.

Now Channel 4 has issued a number of guides, which apply both off-screen and on-screen, in a bid to improve accessibility and inclusion for disabled creatives working in television.

On-screen, the broadcaster has issued three template documents to ensure disabled talent, presenters and contributors can focus on delivering great content,
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