The Way We Roll

33: The Phil & Simon Show No 33 - Basking in the sunshine.

July 30, 2019 The Phil & Simon Show Episode 33
The Way We Roll
33: The Phil & Simon Show No 33 - Basking in the sunshine.
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The Way We Roll
33: The Phil & Simon Show No 33 - Basking in the sunshine.
Jul 30, 2019 Episode 33
The Phil & Simon Show
Welcome to the Phil & Simon Show No 33.In an article published in the US, it is suggested that full employment has reduced the unemployment rate for disabled people. Taking a somewhat cynical view is this because the last in the queue are finally at the front? If so what’s wrong with that? https://n.pr/30ym0G5No P&S podcast would be complete without some discussion about accessible toilets and this one is no exception. Who says it unacceptable for non-disabled people to use them? We come to a view.Simon recently gave Phil a copy of Daniel Klein's book “Every Time I Find the Meaning of Life, They Change it” (OneWorld Publications 2015) at a point where Phil was feeling pretty low. We discuss the books messages and their impact.Following last months podcast featuring the inimitable Tom Shakespeare, we revisit the discussion around the Social Model of Disability to explore the impact on us.Finally, we dig deep into our listener's postbag and pull out comments about transcriptions, workplace adjustments research, where and when people listen and should we do more news.Keep the comments coming we love hearing from you.Transcript available by clicking here (https://www.dropbox.com/s/u4yps05va018go6/Phil%20%26%20Simon%20Show%20No%2033%20Transcript.rtf?dl=0&fbclid=IwAR2Ogb8N_jz3fZLdHGdMWryAdtMRcancLNymupyceePkALvm6YSpPJYufZc)A full transcript of this podcast is available on request. Please email philandsimonshow@gmail.com
Show Notes
Welcome to the Phil & Simon Show No 33.In an article published in the US, it is suggested that full employment has reduced the unemployment rate for disabled people. Taking a somewhat cynical view is this because the last in the queue are finally at the front? If so what’s wrong with that? https://n.pr/30ym0G5No P&S podcast would be complete without some discussion about accessible toilets and this one is no exception. Who says it unacceptable for non-disabled people to use them? We come to a view.Simon recently gave Phil a copy of Daniel Klein's book “Every Time I Find the Meaning of Life, They Change it” (OneWorld Publications 2015) at a point where Phil was feeling pretty low. We discuss the books messages and their impact.Following last months podcast featuring the inimitable Tom Shakespeare, we revisit the discussion around the Social Model of Disability to explore the impact on us.Finally, we dig deep into our listener's postbag and pull out comments about transcriptions, workplace adjustments research, where and when people listen and should we do more news.Keep the comments coming we love hearing from you.Transcript available by clicking here (https://www.dropbox.com/s/u4yps05va018go6/Phil%20%26%20Simon%20Show%20No%2033%20Transcript.rtf?dl=0&fbclid=IwAR2Ogb8N_jz3fZLdHGdMWryAdtMRcancLNymupyceePkALvm6YSpPJYufZc)A full transcript of this podcast is available on request. Please email philandsimonshow@gmail.com