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Welcome to series 4! After nearly two years away, we are back, with our handbook to life for people with autism. Jamie and Robyn return to answer your questions on what they’ve been up to and how they’ve been. From health updates and adapted buggies to new jobs and e-bikes, so much has changed in the past couple of years that we’ve had to give them a whole episode to fit it all in! We also introduce a new member of our team as Producer Drew joins the team to make us an all neurodivergent podcast. The hosts grill him on why he’s joined us and how he came to the BBC. You’ll also get a sneak peek into the rest of the upcoming series. It’s packed with big names sharing their experiences, input from our brilliant listeners and bigger topics than ever before. You won’t want to miss it! Presented by Robyn Steward and Jamie Knight. Produced by Drew Hyndman and Edited by Clare Fordham. Listen via your smart speaker by saying "Ask the BBC for 1800 Seconds on Autism" and subscribe on BBC Sounds. Email us: [email protected].
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