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Ouch: Disability Talk

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Description

Interviews and discussion with a personal and often humorous touch. With guest presenters plus Kate Monaghan and the Ouch blog team. Ouch is available exclusively online.

Customer Reviews

It's okay to laugh...

Matt & Liz provide heaps of laughs with their alternative view on life. The parlour game with a difference "Vegetable, Vegetable or Vegetable" is a riot; even though they never guess correctly! Subscribe now, you won't regret it.

Pathetic by BBC Comedy Standards

I'm sure they put a lot of effort into making this show but what the hell? You do NOT put your hand down your throat and throw up ON MIC simply because your "jelly-atrics" lollies had gelatin to which you crassly refer as "cow feet" COWS DON'T HAVE FEET! Seriously though, it's hard to laugh when what you're hearing simply isn't.

Witty, engaging, honest.

Having recently discovered the Ouch podcasts, I've spent weeks enjoying the archived episodes, as well as the current ones. They're so enjoyable and prove that you can be positive while LWD, with many laughs along the way!

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