Our summer holidays are over and we review our respective trips.
Gran Canaria, Brussels, Berlin, Twinwood Festival 2019 and a trip around the UK all get a mention.
A rarely seen public refusal, Dominos Pizza is asking the US Supreme Court to allow them to ignore the needs of sight-impaired people regarding the accessibility of their website, all because they say they don’t have any guidelines.
Another refusal comes from the Royal and Ancient Golf Club who banned an Open Champion, John Daly from using a golf buggy because it would ‘break with tradition’.
One person who managed to get the rules changed in his favour is Billy Monger. After becoming disabled from a racing car crash, he is back in Formula 3 racing having had the regulations excluding disabled drivers racing revised to include him and others.
We wrap up with some comments from our listeners and a sort of book review “The Longevity Economy by Joseph F. Coughlin” which suggest we need to view ageing and disability differently.
Domino Pizza Supreme Court story http://bit.ly/2UZmvak Note – there is a strong swear word in the headline.
John Daly Golf Cart story http://bit.ly/2NmZWvo
Billy Monger http://bit.ly/2V534x8
The Longevity Economy by Joseph Coughlin https://amzn.to/2V2C5SU
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