This week, we welcome Carly Findlay – a passionate activist, author, and speaker. She also works as Access and Inclusion Coordinator at Melbourne Fringe. Carly joins Robyn & Jason to review Malory Towers, a BBC show that can be viewed on ABC iView in Australia. Not only is Malory Towers an Enid Blyton adaptation full of nostalgia, it also features Beth Bradfield – an actress with facial difference.
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