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1800 Seconds on Autism
From home and family to humour and epic geekiness, this is a funny and enlightening podcast about thinking differently. With autistic hosts Robyn Steward, Jamie Knight and guests.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 292 ratings
Great podcast
Listening and re listening and learning so much as a parent and grandma - Bravo team
Janz4b via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/03/23
Why so few!?
As someone with autistic family members, this is an important podcast to get an insight into the unique struggles they live with on a daily basis. The rapport between presenters is lovely, and guests- such as Fern Brady- a delights. So why so few of them BBC? This must be weekly- like Access...Read full review »
SocksyG via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/26/23
I love this podcast
I have only listened to one episode so far but I really liked it and am now following because I want to know when the next series airs. Thank you for answering people’s email questions on air, it is super informative and non-boring 🙌🏾
Unis Young via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/01/23
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