• Introducing Viktoria Modesta...

    Forget what you know about disability. Channel 4 introduces Viktoria Modesta, the world’s first amputee pop artist.

  • Gay Mountain

    To mark the start of the Sochi 2014 Winter Games, Channel 4 launches a trail to wish good luck to all athletes competing at the Games – gay or straight – with the message “good luck to everyone out in Sochi".

  • Kate Caryer

    I have cerebral palsy, which affects movement as well as giving me no biological speech. My lack of speech does not mean I haven’t a voice or I should not be heard.

  • Luke Montague

    Luke Montague was diagnosed with Tourette's a few years ago and has embraced it. He does stand up comedy and is studying to be an acting teacher for colleges.

  • Barra Fitzgibbon

    Solicitor turned voice over guy on Channel 4.

  • Alternative Voices

    Channel 4 is set up to take risks, give a platform to new talent and champion alternative voices.

  • Alex Nowak

    Alex Nowak is a 21 year old deaf actor, who uses both speech and British Sign Language (BSL) in his film and TV appearances.

  • Matthew Oghene

    There are over 700,000 people in the UK that stammer and helping to raise public awareness using my unique voice will give people who stammer a voice they can relate to and one that does not take itself too seriously.

  • Jess Thom

    Writer, artist and part-time superhero, Jess Thom is on a mission to change the world, one tic at a time. In her mid-twenties Jess was diagnosed with Tourettes Syndrome, a neurological condition that causes involuntary noises and movements called tics.

  • We’re a publicly-owned, commercially-funded public service broadcaster

    We were set up to experiment, outrage and entertain, and to put our profits into our programmes. You may love us, you may want to punch our lights out, but we make programmes we believe in...