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Welcome to series 3. We're back by popular demand. In this feedback episode Jamie's assistant Oli gets some appreciation, a super fan tells of her plans to become a paediatric nurse, Jamie describes his game changing new truck and we talk about paintball - a sport which allows you to REALLY focus: "Whilst you're out on the field playing, nobody is going to come and ask whether you want a sandwich." There are seven more episodes to come in this series, but this time we're putting them out once a month. We used to record them throughout the year then publish them weekly, but now we can be with you throughout the pandemic and answer your emails in the very next episode. We love receiving your messages so keep them coming please to [email protected]. With Jamie Knight and Robyn Steward - with support plushies Lion and Henry the Bat always present. Featuring producer Emma Tracey and other regulars. Subscribe on BBC Sounds and say "Ask the BBC for 1800 Seconds on Autism" to your smart speaker
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