Websites for Young People, chosen by Ben
Music and TV
A website for TV-News and info
Some of the best music from around the world from all the classic era's of pop
A website for news and topical info about local issues with regular reports on traffic weather and also music
The fifties rock'n roll magazine That knows what's going on. All the UK Rock'n'Roll Gig Guide listings you need, your favourite Rock and Roll columnists, Rock and Roll CD reviews, Rock and Roll events and holidays.
Wacaday was the show your telly was made for! It was shown during school holidays on TV-am The programme was presented by Timmy Mallett who also presented sister show The Wide Awake Club shown on Saturday mornings.
Roland was born in a sewer under King's Cross railway station in London. From an early age he knew his destiny was to be famous and entertain the masses. He began his televisual career on breakfast TV station, TV-am. It was well documented that the station's ratings had fallen, and something needed to be done to get viewers back.
DN online, the website for the UK's biggest selling disability related newspaper. We publish a fortnightly publication and run this website. We cover the latest news stories, bring you comment from the UK's most influential disabled campaigners, guide you through the latest developments in motoring and equipment and offer a selection of lifestyle and arts features. DN is put together by a team of professionally trained journalists, advertising and marketing experts, almost 50 per cent of whom are disabled.
Online sports news and results.
Wobblers and Wheelies
National Star centre college
Wilson Stuart School
Birmingham Phab Camps
The Askability website was inspired by The Children's Society Solihull branch, after watching children at their project.
They decided that there was a need for a website which was "presented entirely in symbol to enable children with learning disabilities and also to create a central forum for children to express their views and opinions".
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