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Immerse yourself in the engaging stories of people who live with a disability - ordinary people living extraordinary lives. Made with the support of NZ on Air.

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    Sunday 2 May
    • Bulletproof: Scott

    G Motocross enthusiast Scott MacDonald was just 14 when he broke his back on a bad jump. Now his 6-year-old son, Oakly, wants to get into the sport.

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      • Outward Bound - Part 2

      G As their Outward Bound adventure continues, a group of people living with physical disabilities tackle their fear of heights and a challenging waka journey.

      • Outward Bound - Part 1

      G A group of people living with physical disabilities arrives at Outward Bound, in the Marlborough Sounds, to embark on the adventure of a lifetime.

      • Being Me: Jono

      G At birth, Jono Nelson was given just 24 hours to live. Now the Timaru-based hand cyclist, who lives with spina bifida, is taking on the toughest race in the Southern Hemisphere.

      • My Perfect Family: The Perrones

      G Young anime artist Bee Perrone has Ivemark Syndrome - a rare condition which affects internal organs. Understanding this invisible condition is a continuous journey for the whole Perrone family.

      • My Perfect Family: CDKL5

      G Learning your new baby has a complex rare condition is life altering. Three mums connect over their shared journey of raising daughters with CDKL5 - a condition that causes epilepsy.

      • Bulletproof: Hyrum

      PG After suffering a traumatic brain injury in a road accident, Tairawhiti local and ex-gang prospect Hyrum Paea is on a mission to educate others in his community.

      • My Perfect Family: Melody

      PG Within just one year Melody entirely lost her vision, gave birth to her first child, and left her homeland. In this episode we meet Melody and learn how she is navigating a new life in a new country.

      • Bulletproof: Scott

      G Motocross enthusiast Scott MacDonald was just 14 when he broke his back on a bad jump. Now his 6-year-old son, Oakly, wants to get into the sport.