Russell Silver Syndrome Podcast - Episode 015 - Part 1 & 2

Episode 015: RSS Podcast and The Future

Content Warning: In this episode, our guests talk about the ableist prejudice, attitudes and language they have faced because of Russell Silver Syndrome. Including bullying in the workplace, use of the M-word,  as well as, the objectification and fetishisation of this proportionate dwarfism.

Episode 015 – Part 1

Episode 015 – Part 2

Kim is joined in this final episode with guest co-host, creative content producer, fellow RSS adult and friend Steph Robson.  They will discuss series 1 of the podcast and answer the question – did the series achieve the dreams and goals that were set out at the start of the creative process?

They also discuss each of their favourite highlights from the series and explain the reasons for their choices – over a two-part episode, along with the questions:

  • Has creating this series between us, along with support from the TARSS group and other foundations, had a lasting impact on us personally.
  • Have our goals and dreams for this series been realised?
  • What feedback or questions have we received?
  • What is the future for the Russell Silver Syndrome podcast?

Finally, they discuss the biggest question of all – will a second series be made?  Is it a viable option and their conclusion on whether they have decided to make it or not?

 

 

Steph (Left on screen) and Kim (Right on screen)
Steph (Left on screen) and Kim (Right on screen)

 

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OUR GUESTS

Kim Taylor - Creator and Creative Content Producer - Russell Silver Syndrome Podcast
Kim Taylor – Creator and Creative Content Producer – Russell Silver Syndrome Podcast
Steph Robson - Creative Content Producer - Russell Silver Syndrome Podcast
Steph Robson, Creative Content Producer, Russell Silver Syndrome Podcast

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