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.
Titles, characters and all other elements are the trade marks and copyright of TVNZ or its licensors. All rights reserved. Further details available here.
The 2014 Attitude Awards; a glittering gala event celebrating the achievements of disabled Kiwis. Eight awards are presented to a range of extraordinary finalists.
Season Final: Esteemed actor Paul Barrett takes us through the mysterious world of Tourette's syndrome.
The 7th annual Attitude Awards will once again celebrate the lives and achievements of Kiwis living with disabilities. Meet this year's 24 extraordinary finalists.
Andy McDowell has early onset Parkinson's disease, which impacts every aspect of his life. He hopes to regain some control by undergoing a risky and complex brain surgery.
Having beaten an aggressive cancer in his thigh bone, 14-year-old Sean Prendeville is now facing rare and complex "backwards foot" surgery.
Stephen Homasi was the Director of Health for the remote island nation of Tuvalu. He never imagined that one day he'd be the patient.
Gary Endacott has run marathons and climbed mountains but nothing prepared him for finding work as a disabled person. He now uses these experiences to mentor young people facing their own challenges.
Chris Bond and Bridie Kean are both amputees who wear their scars with pride. This couple knows a lot about teamwork and shares a passion for sport as top Australian Paralympic athletes.
Humans and the way they behave have always confused Josh Flannagan but his special affinity with horses has provided him with a surprising career.
In this Attitude rock-u-mentary we go on tour with The Mutes from Mars. They've been madly practicing for one of the most important gigs of their career, but will they be able to win over the crowd?
- Load More