Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson DBE, former Paralympic athlete and 11-time gold medal winner, talks to Go ON Gold -- Online access for disabled people.
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Ajay Choksi is learning disabled. He provides technical assistance to students at the Rix Centre at the University of East London.
Maria Zedda, disability equality trainer and access consultant, talks to Go ON Gold at the London office of digital inclusion charity Go On UK.
Mary Furby, who is partially sighted, has never been on the net. However, the 72-year-old artist is convinced that technology could help her continue with her creative interests, if only she could find the right advice.
Robin Christopherson, Head of Digital Inclusion at AbilityNet, and an experienced campaigner for accessible technology, talks to Go ON Gold.
Diane Mulligan, recipient of an OBE for services to disabled people, talks to Go ON Gold.
Simon Stevens, Disability Consultant, Trainer and Activist, talks to Go ON Gold from his home office using a "Lightwriter" text to speech aid, surrounded by his press cuttings and many national awards.
Karen Darke, Handcyclist in the British Paralympic Team for London 2012, takes a break from her training to talk to Go ON Gold.
Julie Howell, Freelance Writer on disabled technologies, talks to Go ON Gold from the hub-bub of the exhibition hall at the 2012 Internet World event in London.