Across almost all genres, we see slightly higher levels of disabled representation on-screenthan off-screen; the exception is Factual entertainment, where representation off-screenis slightly higher than on. Disabled on-screen representation is highest in Children’sprogrammes where disabled people account for 11.9% of contributions, but even hererepresentation remains significantly lower than UK population figures (18% of peopleidentify as disabled).

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