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ABC to celebrate International Day of People with Disability

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ABC ME will feature an afternoon of curated programming hosted by Kurt Fearnly and a special iview collection on International Day of People with Disability.

Premieres include the brand-new feature-length special Katy, a modernised adaptation of Susan Coolidge’s novel “What Katy Did” and a special edition of BTN Newsbreak.

The ABC ME DisRupted Films including “And Then Something Changed” by Sticky Pictures, winner of the 2020 MIPCOM Diversify TV Excellence Award in the Kids’ Programming category, will also be available to view.

Programming will also include DisRupted films “The Legend of Burnout Barry” and “Rocky and Me”, Dengineers: Sensory Den episode, You Can’t Ask That In The Classroom: Deaf episode, What It’s Like, My Life, Let’s Go, Through The Window, Lap of Honour and an episode of The Crystal Maze.

International Day of People with Disability – Thursday 3 December 3.00pm on ABC ME and iview

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