Ukraine War: 'I think of my wheelchair more than myself now' March 18, 2022

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Wheelchair user Tanya fled Ukraine for Poland, worried she couldn't evacuate from her fourth floor flat in an emergency. And an autistic journalist left Moscow when her article denouncing the war on Ukraine went viral, afraid she'd be detained by the Russian government. The two disabled women tell their stories to Ellis Palmer and Emma Tracey. This is the last episode of Ouch. Stay tuned to this feed for news of an exciting new programme. For now, say to your smart speaker "ask the BBC for Ouch" and subscribe so you're ahead of the game for a new weekly programme …



Wheelchair user Tanya fled Ukraine for Poland, worried she couldn't evacuate from her fourth floor flat in an emergency. And an autistic journalist left Moscow when her article denouncing the war on Ukraine went viral, afraid she'd be detained by the Russian government. The two disabled women tell their stories to Ellis Palmer and Emma Tracey. This is the last episode of Ouch. Stay tuned to this feed for news of an exciting new programme. For now, say to your smart speaker "ask the BBC for Ouch" and subscribe so you're ahead of the game for a new weekly programme to keep you on the inside track.